Achu Vellam: (Ranjith, Saindhavi, Shankar Mahadevan)
A frisky song! This would be the most spoken song of
the album. The start given to the song by Shankar Mahadevan
is simply fabulous. The song flows in the same speed
from the start to the end and the resonance is inspired
by Punjabi Bhangra. Saindhavi lends her full support
along with Shankar and the lyrics are also catchy.
Jaari Singarai: (Ceylon Manohar, Karthik, Srilekha,
A fast song! Be ready to dance and the music is scored
in that way for this song. The song is full of fun and
speed. Remember Ceylon Manohar (of Surangkani fame),
the voice is same as it was in the 70’s. He has
added life to the song. The use of instruments is an
Thotta Power: (Shankar Mahadevan)
A heroic song! Shankar’s second song in the album.
The lyrics are written in such a way to exalt the hero.
Shankar has sung a lot of songs in this kind and it
is very simple for him. The tune is something different
and unheard from Harris ever before.
Uyire En Uyire: (Anuradha Sriram, Bombay Jayashree,
A melody! The lively voice of Anuradha and Bombay Jayashree
come together, so what else you want in this song. A
special applause to Harris orchestration. The soft music
keeps you murmuring Uyire En Uyire. Karthik is the exact
match for the song and he fits exactly. A pleasant song
for a peaceful sleep!
Yaaridamum: (Harini, Ramesh Vinayagam)
A silky song! Ramesh Vinayagam, the music director has
lent his voice to this song which is to be noted. This
also has a lot of energy which is a kind of nuanced
melody. Harini’s sweet voice has done the magic
once again. The song might remind you that Harris is
from Rehman’s school. It is expected to create
the whole a fantastic album for a action packed film!