this album is picked, there is hardly any expectation. However
there are times when one is taken by surprise and that too
a pleasant one at that. Sivi is one such kind and the music
is composed by Dharan who showcased his talent in his debut
film Parijatham. Hence a good track record naturally increases
the levels of expectations to a reasonable level. Let us analyze
every song and see how the young music director proves his
talent in his second sojourn.
Neeya – Haricharan, Krish and Shruthi.
Beautiful humming at the beginning followed by enthralling rendition
by Haricharan and Krish. The song is peppy and is different from
the usual numbers. Dharan’s instrumental usage sometimes over
powers the voices but the rhythmic beats slowly gets on to you after
A chartbuster .
– Ranjith and Sunitha Sarathy
Dharan starts with Arabic tunes for this peppy track which
is sure to be played on a loop in many discotheques. A danceable
number which is targeted at the youth and is sure to make
them happy. The young musician has tried something unique
but again the heavy usage of many instruments simultaneously
does show his inexperience. All the same it is a very likeable
number. Dharan makes himself noticed in the charanam stanza.
The singers Ranjith and Sunitha Sarathy have done a very good
job. Their youthful voice spices the song.
Nenje – Benny, Shwetha, Dr. Burn and Dhara
Another fast and youthful track which starts with a rap number and
ends with one as well. The song is done with so much care with a
unique tune and will be lapped up by the audience. And Dr.Burn takes
over at the end with their rap.
Nenje – Remix - Benny, Shwetha, Dr. Burn and Dharan
Once again a racy number. Very trendy, starts with a fast
beat and slowly turns mellifluous. Dharan has also rendered
his voice along with others. Dr. Burn’s voice sounds
Its time for rap, the millions of Dr.Burn fans will be pleased that
their star has joined hands with Dharan to give this enjoyable piece.
Kudos to the music director!
The young music director comes up with an international standard
music which brings out the eerie feel needed for this heart pounding
The music clearly proves that Dharan’s last Parijatham was
no flash in the pan. The young lad has a bright future and if
he gets a good director his career is sure to soar higher. Overall
a youth centric music which has all the elements to reach its