Do Re Me: (Kunal, Arjun, Benny)
A typical western song sung by three youngsters which
would certainly entertain the youths. Singer Arjun who
has a voice similar to Udit Narayanan has a bright future.
The song would attract the disco crowd.
Kadhal Poonga: (Udit Narayanan, Sujatha)
A flashy song! The highlight of the song is the voice
of Udit Narayanan. His typical energetic voice is heard
all through. Sujatha, the female lad(who has already
has paired with him for kokkara kokkarako of Ghilli)
done justice to the song. The way in which Vidhyasagar
has done the orchestration gets a special applause.
Kola Koalya: ( Kaykay, Sujatha)
A typical gana song! Sujatha, known for her melodious
voice comes up with a surprise and it is really doing
well. KK has sung the song in his own style without
poising any difficulty. The use of musical instruments
has added to the beauty of the song.
Vennila: (Cicily, Harish Ragavendra)
A soft melody song for which the new-comer Cicily had
shown ease. Harish as usually has done a good job. The
tune, though it is good, remembers his own song in Dhool.
But, it will surely attract the audience.
Siruthooral: (Srinivas, Sadhana Sargam)
Another melody song in the album. The fresh voice of
Srinivas and the sweet voice of Sadhana Sargam is a
plus to the song. The recording could have been still
better but still it is good.
Thachukko: ( Anuradha Sriram. Mathangi)
A peppy song for dancers in the theatre! If, the dance
movements are good, then the song would hit the charts
of this year. The song has resemblance of Radhai Mandhu
in Snekitheae. Anuradha Sriram starts in high pitch
and continues the flow till the end of the song. Madhangi
along with Anuradha has added tremendous energy to the