Directed by award winning director Samuthrikani, Jeyam Ravi acts in this action packed entertainer. Also starring Amala Paul, Meghana and Sarathkumar, the music is rendered by GV Prakash. Now how has the album fared out? Let us find out
1. Kaadhal Nergaiyil
Singer(s): Javed Ali, Shashaa, G.V. Prakash Kumar
Without a doubt Javed ali steals the show with his nectar like vocals in this number which has hints of classical sufi all over. Romance is certainly in the air and GV has captured it hands down with there is more to the ears than just a normal melody. The harmonious inclusion of flute and classical percussions add the sync to the cupid strike which is penned by Kabilan.
2. Don't worry
Singer(s): Gaana Bala, S. Chella
And yes, Gaana Bala is the regular lad these days and GV teams up yet again. A simple straightforward song with pipes and whistles sets the mood of happiness in life without problems and as usual Bala has penned the lyrics too. Somehow the lyrics don't live up to the expectations even though music is a winner by all means.
3. Rajadhi Raja
Probably Jeyam Ravi's introduction song that starts up slow with the folky satire and slowly brings up a string of orchestration to entice. There is something about this song that is strangely reminiscent and misses the extra mile, even though it's an abode of adaptation. The recursive bass and trump in the background makes you go nuts, but the intentional thump is missing somehow. A possible hero worship song as any Kollywood hero can ask for.
Singer(s): Haricharan, Saindhavi
A soft and harmonious song uplifts the emotional mood through Saindhavi's dusky vocals. Added to haricharan's magical voice, the song is GV special without a doubt. The choice of instrumentation too is mild and doesn't go dense between the interludes as well, and gives a sense of soothing. Another biggest asset of this song is Madan Karky's lyrics which gets you hooked to the verses that brings romance in a lateral way.
5. Bhagavat Gita verses
In a sort of aggressive impression, the verses from the Holy book of Gita are sung by Haricharan in an uplifting manner. The theme and aroma of this trance is absolute sensation, and GV has crooned it rather belligerently to bring the mood.
Verdict : A mixed package