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‘Vallavan’ Music: Yuvan has proved once again!! 
Success of Love

There is a slightly comic feel to this tune, more along the lines of being mischievous and naughty. Short and simple, more as a recording bit than as something that can actually be heard as part of the tape. But it goes beyond our imagination on why this tune was named Success of Love?!!
Vallava (Sunidhi Chauhan)

Finally a song from the female perspective! Sunidhi Chauhan’s voice is extremely powerful in this song, and is in fact, the saving grace of the song. It is much along the lines of a “Manmadhane” song from the film Manmadha, in terms of the feel and the lyrics of the song. Clearly someone who is besotted by the “Vallava” is singing this song – can very well imagine montage shots of Simbu and the woman in question in a series of “cute” scenes.
An extremely typical song, offers nothing new, and sounds like a mixture of a host of earlier Yuvan numbers.
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Kadhal Vandhiduchu (Silambarasan)

In this age of remixes of old Tamil songs, here is another one. From the Kamal Hassan starrer, Japanil Kalyanaraman, this song is a remix of the hugely popular song, “Kadhal Vandiduchu”, sung by Kamal Hassan himself in a caricatured voice. In many ways, this is probably Simbu’s imitation of the stalwart, in terms of choosing Kamal’s song, singing it himself and in the same style.
Like we mentioned earlier, Simbu clearly shows promises as a singer a la Kamal Hassan. As a remix, it is interesting. Yuvan has retained much of its original feel, giving it just a few extra beats, and his trademark rap lines in English in the song. Definitely one that will be one of the chart busters. A fun, happy song.

Club Mix of Loosu Penne (G Prem and Simbu)

Pretty much a remix of the original Loosu Penne song in the film sans Blaaze. Personally, we prefer the original which had a nice feel to it, though this will be a favourite in discotheques in the city.
Yammadi Aathaadi (T Rajendar, Silambarasan, Suchitra, Mahathi)

Father and son team up for this song, which is again a kuthu song – extremely fast paced and racy. Nothing to say on the lyrics, a typical masala song. After a long time, one gets to hear T Rajendar singing a song, and he pretty much sounds the same.
Again a lot of scope for Simbu to show his dancing skills… one now wonders if T Rajendar will be making a guest appearance for this song? Not one of the best in the film, a very average song. Both in terms of the music and the lyrics.
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