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Ammuvagiya Naan – Music Review
Ammuvagiya Naan

Music – Sabesh Murali

Lyrics – Pazhani Bharathi

Ammuvagiya Naan’s story revolves around a prostitute called Ammu. Parthiban falls in love with this woman and woos her to marry him. Sabesh and Murali, in their short career, have made a mark for themselves. Carnatic-based songs which happens to be their forte, has always created an impact among the audience. Songs of Ammuvagiya Naan are based on its story and hence the music will please the public only after the release of the movie.

Here’s a music review of Ammuvagiya Naan.

Kadala Kadale - Mathangi

The song starts, promisingly, with a typewriter sound followed by the sweet voice of Mathangi. But there seems to be nothing new as regards the music as we feel a sense of déjà vu. The lyrics are written tastefully. Yet the final outcome is satisfactory. Nothing much to rave about - an ok affair.

Rating – 3/5

Ammuvagiya Naan
Kadhalle Kadalle 2 –Sabesh Murali

Sabesh Murali impresses us with their rendition of this version of the title song, but haven’t done anything different from the original version. It’s just the male variety of the same song.

Rating – 2.5/5

Silir Silir Silirkuthudi - Srilekha Parthasarathi

The song sounds too old to be enjoyed in these modern times. Srilekha has done a decent job but there is nothing much to speak about the music of the song. Looks like the music directors have got their inspiration from many songs like Guru’s Mayya Mayya, Alisha Chennoi’s Made in India to name a few. The song is a definite no – no

Rating – 1/5
Ammuvagiya Naan
Thoranam Ayiram – Geetha & Deepika

Sabesh Murali hits back with an ear pleasing Thoranam Ayiram with good lyrics. The carnatic song sounds impressive with rich background score. Sometimes we do feel this to be an Illayaraja’s yesteryear classic (that’s not a bad thing). Subesh Murali have done a good job and the vocal rendition of Srividhya, Geetha & Deepika is extremely pleasing. This is not for masses but for classes and only the elite and erudite music lovers will enjoy the track.

Rating – 3.5/5
Unnai Saranadainthaen - Harish Ragavendra, Kalyani

Easily the best song in this album. Kalyani starts the number with her beautiful voice and till the end the mood is kept ripe. Kalyani and Harish Ragavendra lift the song to an entire new level. Will be a good hit among the classes and the masses alike.

Rating – 4.5/5

You don’t expect a chartbuster from Sabesh Murali but they have come with two pretty good renditions. But both these soundtrack carry a classical touch to it throughout. Though it is easy on ears, it’s a genre of songs that has a miniscule audience for itself. The title song is ok. On the whole Sabesh Murali has given an average album.

Album Rating - 2.5/5
 
 
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