are almost no fast numbers, which speaks of the director
Adhiyaman. There are all a mix of classical mixed with
some carnatic touch. With slow hearing, they are sure
to make an impression.
Kangalinaal (Harish Ragavendra, Janani Bharadwaj)
This is one song with a little bit of beat and dance.
Janani none other than Bharadwaj’s daughter ,
who seems to have a fresh voice with Harish Ragavendra
its rare to hear harish on a duet and hew does it well.
The guitar on the background gives a better effect to
2) Priyasakhi (Srinivas, Anuradha Sriram)
This song should be the hit among the others. Bearing
the movie’s name in the pallavi and ung by 2 potent
sings, its worth the continuous hearing. Its long time
since Srinivas was heard and with this he seems to bridge
the gap. With anuradha Srram giving him support, the
song appeals even more.
3) Mudhal Mudhal (Uma Mageswaran)
Another new singer to the field, Uma Mageshwaran. At
times seems to resemble Hariharan.. With good numbers
to follow him, he sure does have a chance to sustain.
The song belongs to the soft , romantic type.Noi loud
4) Chinna Maharani (Hariharan)
The song is seems to resemble some popular Bollywood
number. And the lyric says it’s a very sentimental
song. Hariharan doesn’t seem to have strained
at all. The song starts slowly and picks up momentum
5) Anbu Alaipayudhae (Unni Krishnan, Karthik, Reshmi)
a very long time sice we have heard Unni Krishnan’s
voice. A perfect fusion of carnatic and western along
with Reshmi’s humming. This song too will catch
on to the audience quite well.
it’s the female version of Uma Mageshearan’s.
no comments on Chitra’s rendering. She still has
the stuff to keep going on the whole, not a box office
musical but worth a listening
On the whole not on the genre of Gemini, but will take
time to reach out.