has performed as a hero of the movie which has
been directed by debutante director, Tamilvannan.
The movie is produced by Lakshmanan. Nayantara
has paired up with S.J. Suryah for the first time.
Yuvan keeps up his success trend of this year
and Kalvanin is another interesting album. It
has five songs and the choice of singers is quite
Eno Kangal: (Sadhana Sargam, Yuvan Shankar Raja)
A romantic duet! It qualifies as the topper of
the album. The track has melody which reminds
us of the Manmadhane song from Manmadhan. Sadhana
Sargam is the right pick for the song and Yuvan’s
support is excellent.
2) Ivan Kattil: (Aandal, Clinton, Mova)
A westernized song! These types of songs are very
common in Yuvan’s compositions. The song
has also got English lyrics which make it sound
hip. The percussion is strong and the bass effects
have been worked out nicely for this song. Clinton’s
lively voice is a big plus for the song.
Uyir Piriyum: (Ranjith)
A caressing song! It makes one forget the worries
and listen to in a contemplative mood. The song
has an interesting tempo and the lyrics are
beautiful. Ranjith adds dignity to the song
with his soothing voice.
Kudakuli: (Anuksha, Premji)
A rap number! The song seems to be for an item.
The voice of the female singer Anuksha is very
unique and she has a promising future ahead.
Premji has played the perfect foil with his
underplayed singing. These type of songs are
not exactly challenging to a person of Yuvan’s
caliber. There is nothing special about the
music for this song. He has tried a bit of re-mix
which is novel to Tamil cinema.
Tajmahal: (Madhumitha, Vijay Yesudoss)
A classical based melody! Vijay Yesudoss has rendered
his voice with the correct modulation and the
right feel for the song. Madhumitha has done well
too. The orchestration is simply superb and Yuvan
has to be commended for his intuitive understanding
the whole, the music has played good support to
the movie and it is for the audience to decide.