Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru Music Review

Ghibran surpasses his erstwhile albums with new dimensional music

Music Reviews 2-Nov-2017 5:37 PM IST RM Comments

Karthi-Rakul Preet Singh starrer Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru has six tracks that are completely based on different genres. The film is directed by Vinoth with Ghibran composing music. Dream Warrior Pictures SR Prakash Babu and SR Prabhu have produced this film that is based on true incidents happened between 1995 and 2005.

Oru Veettil
Singers : Shashaa Tirupati and Inno Genga

An emotional soulful number that starts with a simple note and later gets imbibed with top-notch mixing of chorus and instrumentals. It’s not often that a melodic duet gets accompanied with orchestral hit on percussions, but it gets more noticed here. There is a slight Hindustani ragas being played through the intonating of Shashaa, whereas the interludes are more western. The fill-ins with the strings and slightest sound bits are so much appreciable.

O Sathiye
Singer : Armaan Malik

The preludes seem to be sounding more off Qawali genre, which gets into much depth of emphasis of vocalism. Armaan Malik has done a very much hard work with his rendition and this will be a kind of song that would take time to brew up. But once, it’s done, it will definitely not get out from the list of music lovers. Much alike the previous number, the percussion portions have a wonderful impact and the violin played through interlude is classic, which is followed by Tabla that accompanies the notes of Major scale and it gets back to Minor scale with ‘Raasathiye’.

Laali Laali
Singers : Sathya Prakash and Pragathi Guruprasad

It becomes so much evident by the third track, Ghibran has given a much unconventional package of tracks from what he has attempted before. It’s a much beautiful song that has more emphasis on lyrical phrases and it would be getting the best mileage with visuals. But it holds so much of emotional bonding for a celestial experience of love that is embellished here.

Theeran Da
Singers : Aravind Srinivas and Sarath Santhosh

It’s not often that we get to see a massive hero number with hard rock 4/4 style that punches well with the composing of retro style. The distorted guitars by the interludes with rhythmic patterns maintained throughout the track. The guitars on the rhythmic style get itself into soft and melodic paradigm by the first and second verses. We need to wait and watch how it gets pictured for it would make it yet more appealing.

Tinga Tinga
Singers : Padmalatha

While most of the songs are based on melodic duets and other one as a heroic intro number, this one is completely different. An item number that is completely composed in Hindi language, which is done justified by Padmalatha. The song gets a much blatant shade or inspiration of Amit Trivedi.

Sevatha Pulla
Singer: K.G. Ranjith

This song made a good show with the single track that was released before the complete album launch. A pleasant and simple number that instantly gains our attention and it’s due to simplistic instrumentals with K.G. Ranjith. This is sure-footed winner for the first time you hear it.

As mentioned in one of the songs, Ghibran becomes evidently becomes a pioneer in experimenting with a different pattern of musical strokes. It is so much comparable to Bollywood’s most celebrated Amit Trivedi, who makes sure that every track is simply different and exceptionally unique.

Verdict : Ghibran surpasses his erstwhile albums with new dimensional music

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