Ippadai Vellum Music Review

Not a best one from D Imman

Music Reviews 14-Oct-2017 12:58 PM IST RM Comments

D Imman has been getting this season loaded with lots of releases. Last week, his album ‘Nenjil Thunivirundhal’ was launched and now with ‘Ippadai Vellum’. This film is directed by Gaurav Narayanan, who earlier directed movies like Thoonga Nagaram and Sigaram Thodu. Touted to be a thriller, the film is bankrolled by Lyca Productions. Udhayanidhi Stalin, Manjima Mohan and RK Suresh are playing lead roles in this film, which also features Radhika Sarathkumar and Soori in important characters. The album of Ippadai Vellum has seven tracks that includes Karaoke versions.

Ippadai Vellum Nichayam
Singers: Shreya Ghoshal
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj


A song that lets us visualize the situation in its narration and this could be probably placed somewhere during the most important place of a film. It’s the best pick from the entire album and the only song that completes expresses the vividness of D Imman in terms of instrumental, vocalisms and lyrical lines. Particularly, Shreya Ghoshal makes it much more splendid.

Godfather Kanmaniye
Singer: Aadharaa
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj


The song has nothing much particularly special with the lyrical lines, but Imman tries his best to give a best output through his musical score. The interludes and preludes do encompass his earnest works of instrumental realms. The song might gain its importance eventually with the visuals and the way it is placed as a part of screenplay.

Thodra Paakkalaam
Singer: D. Imman
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj


Mass ‘n’ Folk are pretty favourable for Imman as he makes sure of giving the best experiences for the ones. But what happens with Thodra Paakalam is the same thing that ‘Yecchacha’ of ‘Nenjil Thunivirundhal’ had. The latter song faintly reminiscences of ‘Virru Virru’ from Vijay Sethupathi’s Rekka and this one brings us a reminder of D Imman’s score for ‘Giri’, where the introduction song of Arjun sounds the same.

Kulebaa Vaa
Singer: Kumaresh Kamalakannan, Nalini Krishnan
Lyricist: Madhan Karky


Imman has tried a similar pattern of music in ‘Bogan’ titled Nee Vaarai, which was blended with Arabian musical genre. Over here, ‘Kulebaa Vaa’ looks so much mediocre, where we believe the music director is far much proficient to give us greater music than this. Nevertheless, the works rendered by Kumaresh Kamala Kannan and Nalini Krishnan are definitely worthy of appreciations. They’ll soon have the best offers in town for their ability to shift the intonating octaves.

Ippadai Vellum Theme
Singer: D. Imman, Chennai Choir
Lyricist: Arunraja Kamaraj


D Imman usually encompasses a much significant work in all the signature themes offered so far. This theme song is nothing but a blunt recreation of the album’s first track ‘Ippadai Vellum’, which comes a chorus format followed by the orchestrations that are empowering. It will surely make an impressive spell with the Visuals.

Godfather Kanmaniye and Kulebaa Vaa are listed again the album as Karaoke versions.

Overall, Ippadai Vellum gets us floored only with the first track and others remain to be middling. Per chance, it will have some chances to glow up with the visuals and choreography.

Verdict : Not a best one from D Imman.

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