The super combo of Vikram
and Vidhyasagar is once again back with a big
bang in the movie Majaa. The duo has given super
hit songs in the movies such as Dhil and Dhool.
This movie is shot in a village backdrop. Asin
is paired with Vikram
for the first time.
The movie is directed
a renowned name in Malayalam industry. The movie
is a remake of the movie Thomanum Makkalum which
had Mamootty in the lead role. Only the story
is a remake but the music is refreshingly different.
has once again come up with some fine tunes.
Hey Pangali: (Udit Narayanan, Tippu, Manicka Vinayagam)
A quaking number! On reading the names of the
singers, you could surely understand that the
song is a rocking affair and you are not wrong!
The song could be rated as the best number in
the album. It seems that this song would be the
first song of the movie. The movie has traces
of the song Koduva Meesai from Dhool. The voice
of Udit Narayanan is a highlight for this song.
The song would be the talk of the town soon.
Solli Tharava: (Madhu Balakrishnan, Sadhanas Sargam)
A soothing song! The song has got the added beauty
because of the singers and fantastic orchestration.
The concord of the flute in between is simply
superb and kudos to the music director. At the
same time the singers, especially Madhu’s
voice is very pleasant. Sadhana Sargam with her
melodious voice has stood tall throughout the
song. A boon for melody lovers!
Chee Chee Enna: (Shanker Mhadevan, Harini, Viji,
A romantic song! The combination of the singers
(a male voice with three female voices) is something
special. The highlight of this song again is
the orchestration. The tune is very fresh and
Vidhyasagar has scaled new peaks with this song.
The lyrics are also catchy. Out of the four
singers, Shanker’s voice is more prominent.
Podhumada Sami: (Kailash Kher)
A moody song! Kailash Kher seems to be a debut
singer but his voice is good. The recording
is also fine. The great plus of this song is
the lyrics. The lyrics recount the events which
have occurred in the hero’s life. The
song has a Rajasthani folk influence.
Thaimasam: (Shanker Mahadevan, Anooradha Sriram)
A fast paced song! Shanker’s second song
in the album and his voice is very apt for the
song. The pair has got superb understanding and
high energy levels. Vidyasagar has caught on to
the bandwagon of such rhythm based numbers because
such songs are the craze after the Andangakka
has shown effortless genius in this song and it
is bound to entertain the listeners.
Hats off to Vidyasagar, He sure has a winner up
his sleeve with Maja