Dummy Tappasu (aka) Dummy Tappasu songs review


Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
Album Release Date : May 02,2014
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Production: Ravi OS
Cast: Gopi, John Vijay, Niranjan, Praveen Prem, Ramya Pandian
Direction: Ravi OS
Screenplay: Ravi OS
Story: Ravi OS
Music: Deva
Background score: Deva
Cinematography: K Kannan
Dialogues: Ravi OS
Editing: K Ram
Art direction: Kamal R
Dance choreography: Cool Jayanth, Madhu, Sandy
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar
PRO: Nikkil Murugan

Dummy Tappasu is an upcoming romantic comedy starring Malayalam actor Praveen Prem and Ramya Pandian in the lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Thenisai Thendral Deva.

Anju Pathu Kadhanai
Singers: Deva
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar

The album begins with a funky gana track having a nostalgic feel associated with it. As the singer, Deva ensures the right mood for the track throughout and the orchestration is essentially based on clarinet, harmonica, and the lively percurssions.

Adiye Flowerae
Singers: Mukesh
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar

A rhythm packed melody with a blend of flamenco guitar and jazz piano flourishes. The challenging orchestration is quite masterfully arranged by Deva, even making room for his classic lighthearted touches as Mukesh competently flows through the proceedings.

Enna Idhu Vayasu
Singers: Laxshmi Chandru
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar

A lilting melody arrives for the listener’ pleasure with fresh vocals by Laxshmi Chandru that's topped with guitar and interesting violin. However the lead bit carries resemblance to the popular Bollywood hit “Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji” from Ishqiya.  A lovely tune nevertheless.

Adiyae Flowerae Rainbow
Singers: Deva
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar

The track that possibly best defines the term 'Madras Mambo' music returns with the voice of Deva. His vigor and energy certainly makes the tune more engaging.

Yenda En Magane
Singers: Kavitha Gopi
Lyrics: Vijay Sagar

An eerie melody with lot of emotional depth from Kavitha Gopi arrives as the album closer. The vocalist does a great job in imbibing the emotional essence of the track as the saxophone touches give a melodious feel to the listener. But the track, after gaining your interest, loses steam midway.

Verdict: Raises expectations but ends up as just par for the course.
( 2.25 / 5.0 )