The brand – Selvaraghavan and Yuvan Shankar Raja is more than enough for the crowds to be pulled up relentlessly into the theatres. Especially with the album that would send anyone crazy and nearly 10 years after ‘Pudhupettai’, Selvaraghavan and Yuvan Shankar Raja are coming together again with Nenjam Marapadhillai starring SJ Suryah, Nandita and Regina Cassandra in lead roles.
Good, Bad and Ugly
Singer: Aishwarya Kumar
A phenomenal hum by Aishwarya Kumar and that sends off the most fascinating punch over offering the supernatural impact. Transition towards fast paced orchestral works with chimes and fortepianos accompanying the ‘Terminator’ bounded hits that occur on rhythm. Probably, it looks like a title or signature theme that would occur with the opening credits.
Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja
The witty lines by Selvaraghavan are the ultimate catch in this album, which makes an impressive shot among the youth groups. The musical score by Yuvan Shankar Raja is done with his own panache and rather than saying it’s a musical composing, it’s almost like a musical narration, where Yuvan steps out of his usual paradigms and attempts something different. It is sure to be a visual treat for SJ Suryah fans during the movie.
Maalai Varum Vennila
Singers: Dhanush and Yuvan Shankar Raja
If Dhanush had to perform this song Live somewhere in a concert or shows, it would be an impossible thing. He has crooned the song using some computerization method by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It is the same way that Anirudh made him sing ‘Kannazhaga’ from ‘Moonu’. Of course, Yuvan Shankar Raja makes a compelling effort and overall, the song is a neat and decorous treat, which would be more perfect with visuals.
En Pondatti Oorukku Poita
Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja and SJ Suryah
It’s definitely going to be a laughter therapy in the film with the performance of SJ Suryah. The funny lines by Selvaraghavan, which is based on the famous comedy track by Janagaraj in Agni Natchathiram. The musical accompaniments are tremendous and one cannot stop getting excited watching SJ Suryah dance for this track.
Although, it’s a supernatural thriller, Yuvan Shankar Raja and Selvaraghavan together have made it appeal with a different dimension, which is the greatest highlight. The songs based on retro-rock style with over pumping music and the theme music is extraordinary.
Verdict : Although Selva-Yuvan albums have more songs, Nenjam Marapathillai with just 4 tracks steals the show.
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