Magic – One synonymous word that has been carried out with charms for 25 years and we are left for a break from this Maniratnam-AR Rahman duo, which keep enchanting us with the stupendous chartbusters. If one has to know about the musical upgrades, it’s always a commendable choice to listen the album churned out by this team. With the glimpse of Kaatru Veliyidai giving us a soothing breeze of paradisiacal moments with just a rendition of single word ‘Varuvaan’, we were pretty much hooked upon that song, which was expected to be released as single track, but then we have this number ‘Azhagiye’.
Singers - Arjun Chandy, Haricharan, Jonita Gandhi
Lyrics - Vairamuthu, Karky
Additional Punjabi lyrics - Navneeth Virk
Backing Vocals - Sid Sriram, Bawa Sahni, Keerthi Sagathia
It’s something off no surprise, when you happen to listen a song from AR Rahman for the first time; it would eventually have less impression, but when it goes out for repeated hearing, you’ll get addicted to it. There are nearly 7-8 layers in this song that includes the natural sounds of sparrows and crows by the short prelude following which we have dual voices of female, male and chorus, especially for the portions that involves ‘Azhagiye Marry me, Marry me….’ The Punjabi mix by the interlude actually looks like an odd pick here, but maybe with the visuals, it could gradually get onto a perfect coherence. The guitar works by Keba Jeremiah is the absolute cherry pick out here.
#Maniratnam #ARRahman #KaatruVeliyidai #Azhagiye #Vairamuthu #Karthi #AdithiRaoHydari
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