Karthik Subburaj has produced this film, which is a musical love story featuring Vaibhav and Priya Bhavani Shankar in lead roles. Santhosh Narayanan has composed music with Pradeep Kumar making his debut as music director with couple of songs. Let us have a sneak look into the album.
Singer: Anthony Daasan
The song had its popularity right with the single track release. Crooned by Santhosh Narayanan’s favourite singer Anthony Dasan, the lyrics by Vivek are simple to grasp. It makes a wholesome experiene for the audiences. In fact, with the visual lyric video featuring some dance steps by both both Vaibhav and the other girl has popularized the song.
Enna Naan Seiven
Singers: Pradeep Kumar, Kalyani Nair
Lyrics and Music: Pradeep Kumar
Pradeep Kumar has become the synonymous equality to melodious songs. He has been over and again proving of such adeptness in delivering beautiful renditions. Enna Naan Seiven is a groovy number that instantly gets into our souls. The minute fill-ins with instrumental strokes, especially with guitar works are highly appreciable. Above all, it’s Pradeep Kumar and Kalyani Nair deliver a neat melodious number.
Address Song - Adiye S.Madhu
Singer: Santhosh Narayanan
Lyrics: Rathna Kumar & Vivek
This was promoted as the first ever Address Song in India. Of course, you don’t find much catchy on an analysis, but it gets you so much imbibed for its overall package. The innovative lines by Rathna Kumar and Vivek are commendably done. The rhythmic appeal along with the rendition by Santhosh Narayanan makes it more convincing and audibly good. This will takes it own time to get on favourite list of listeners.
Area Gaana - Enga Veetu Kuthuvilakkey
Singer: Ka Ka Bala
Lyrics: Rathna Kumar
It looks like Santhosh Narayanan has to work yet finer with ‘Gaana’ genre songs as most of them sound stereotypical. Although, the musical part with creative appeal in instrumentals can be appreciated, it doesn’t evoke huge interest. Might be, the visuals could do some favour, but this is just a probability. Ka Ka Bala does his best, but not so much convincingly effective with the final output.
It looks like Santhosh Narayanan has thrust all his best efforts into the song with favourite things. One of his all time favourite thing is experimenting with the genre of Jazz music in combination with orchestral strings. On the other end, his daughter Dhee has rendered an outstanding rendition. This will get a decent reception with the visuals, but for time being might sound alien to few listeners.
Singer: Pradeep Kumar, Ananthu
Carrying some of the traces of the previous number, we find Jazz as the basic commonality. It gets a decorous touch of Pradeep Kumar offering a much laudable performance. At places Ananthu too makes a brilliant impact. The overall musical experience is precisely beautiful, especially when it comes coalesced with the rendition of Pradeep Kumar, it’s really lovely.
Nee Mattum Podhum
Singer: Sid Sriram, Dharshana KT
Lyrics: Mirchi Vijay
Music: Pradeep Kumar
This song from Pradeep Kumar involves a much unconventional attempt of mixing different combination of instrumentals. It’s a song that comes well packaged with Blues that are not so common in Tamil cinema. Sid Sriram as usual makes a brilliant spell alongside Dharshana KT.
On the whole, Meyaadha Maan has a mix of melodies and our local flavour too. One humble request to music directors. Don’t try to push too much western Jazz and Reggae. Tamil music is more ancient has its own flavours that are being missed. We don’t intend to insist for both Santhosh and Pradeep have done a good job, but don’t make your music too alien for Tamil music lovers.
Verdict : Flavoured with Gaana, melodies and western, MM is appreciable
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