The much awaited album of the year – Vivegam has been carrying forth the winds of excitements with the single tracks that went up to 3Nos. Now it’s time to relish the complete album scored by Anirudh. Touted to be a spy thriller, the film features Ajith Kumar, Vivek Oberoi, Kajal Aggarwal and Akshara Haasan in lead roles. Siva has helmed the project, which is bankrolled by Sathya Jyothi Films.
AK Theme (Ready to Rage)
The signature music that faintly reminiscences of a portion of BGM from Billa, where Prabhu trains Ajith Kumar for transformation... Although, shorter in duration, it offers a wholesome appealing treat to every listener, especially when heard on headphones.
Singers: Anirudh Ravichander Ft. Yogi B and Mali Manoj
Well, the song doesn’t need a brief or elaborated description. The entire town has claimed this to be its anthem. It is definitely a motivational number that picks up our attention instantly. The bass voice of Yogi B that comes amalgamated with the bass instruments iced up with inspiring lyrics are the cherry-picks of this song. The portions involving Anirudh although minimal in portion has its own appeal on us.
Singer: Anirudh and Harish
This happened to be the second single track that has its significance for Ajith Kumar and in commonality with lay people too. That’s the magic of this song and for sure, it is going to be a mandatory track in the list of Gyms and athletes. Of course, a kid preparing for exams when feeling sleepy or bored up, this one would be an ultimate buster to gain back energy. For the initial times, you might be dominated with the sound of instruments, but after listening to it for few more times, the lyrics become balanced with substantiality.
Singers: Pradeep Kumar and Shashaa Tirupati
When the entire album is packed with electrifying metals and hard rocks, this one soothes you up with immense involvement. The beautiful lines penned by Kabilan Vairamuthu based on the vows and an exchange of feelings between couple has been elegantly done. Anirudh has done a fantastic choice of picking Pradeep Kumar and Shashaa Tirupati as they embellish the entire song with splendiferous styles. Not to miss the exact highlight, which are the preludes and interludes that sound like icing of cake.
Never Give Up
This sounds like a song that comes by the moment, where the protagonist is severely hit by a turbulent strike to downfall. A soul’s voice instigating him for the survival, which have always witnessed in movies of James Bond... Whether it is going to be a title track or something at the crucial point of the film is we need to wait and watch.
Vocals: Poorvi Koutish and MM Manasi
The song makes through the same course of ‘Thalai Viduthalai’, but it involves a different treatment. Anirudh has emphasized more upon the orchestral parts and the singers Poorvi and MM Manasi have delivered a compelling performance. It looks like a song that occurs by the penultimate moments of the film, where it’s time to retaliate the baddies.
Singers: Pooja, Anirudh Ravichander, Narmatha and Shashaa Tirupati
Inclusion of soft pianos by the beginning of the song and the unique style of vocalisms make it different from the previous version. The additional strings on the musical accompaniment adds up more emotions to the song. Sounds like a number that involves Happy Ending!!!
On the whole, Vivegam is definitely a different and unique attempt from the whole team of music as it offers a never-heard-before experience. One thing is pretty sure after listening to the songs, there are no unwanted tracks that would hamper the screenplay and all the tracks are a part of montage numbers except for Kadhalaada.
Verdict: A wholesome treat for Ajith and Anirudh fans....
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