One of the main highlights of the album is poet Bharathiyar's
Aaduvomae Pallu Paduvomae song, rendered by the sharp-toned
Manickam Vinayakam. The song is said to have motivated
the film's theme. And naturally it is racy and catchy.
Manickam Vinayagam gives it a husky inflexion and adds
lot of energy to it.
2) Vizhiyum Vizhiyum: (Madhu Balakrishnan and Harini)
The Vizhiyum Vizhiyum song by Harini and Bonny, the
first number in the audio album, starts things off on
a pacy note. But Harini, you understand, is capable
of better things. She is good. But she is also passive.
3) Ambulimama: (KK and Sujatha)
The first word reminds you of the song in Perazhagan.
It is an enjoyable duet. The two singers mix seamlessly.
The duo show good command over the essential craft and
the result is a good number.
4) Engae Engae: (Karthik and Timmy)
The song is nice and straight. The two singers don’t
experiment much as they stick to their basics and churn
out a song which is good. But it could have also been
better if they had chosen to innovate and improvise.
5) Ennai Thanthiduvaen: (Karthik, Charan and Srilekha
A melodious one! This song is featured prominently
in the trailers and is creating a big buzz. Karthik
acquits himself creditably. Charan and Srilekha too
look to be in their elements.
Ennenna Pidikkum: (Sunita Sarathy)
A jazzy number which introduces the heroine.
Sunita’s voice is simply superb.