Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya


Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
Album Release Date : Dec 09,2012
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Production: Rama Narayanan, Santhanam
Cast: Power Star Srinivasan, Santhanam, Sethu, Vishakha Singh
Direction: K S Manikandan
Music: Thaman
Cinematography: Balasubramaniem

Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya marks the debut of Santhanam as a producer under his home banner Handmade Films. He teams with veteran producer Rama Narayanan to deliver the film which is directed by K.S. Manikandan. KLTA stars Santhanam, Powerstar Srinivasan, Sethu & Vishaka Singh among others.

Aasaiye Alaipolay
Singers: Rahul Nambiar, Ranjith
Lyrics: Viveka


The orchestration carries a strong resemblance to popular Thaman songs in the recent past. There is nice use of vocal effects to give the feeling of a yesteryear song in places. A fairly dull synth interlude mars an otherwise lighthearted and upbeat tune. Lyrically the song keeps it jovial and colloquial.

Love Letter
Singers: Gana Bala, Mukesh
Lyrics: Gana Bala


The track sounds like a pathos song but it’s hard to tell the true nature considering this film is a comedy caper. The opening verses remind you of an eternal classic from Nootrukku Nooru, again it’s hard to tell if this was intentional. The song drifts along with its loony lyrics, which by now the listener has come to expect from this album. Gana Bala and Mukesh show good range in their singing.

Ye Unnathan
Singers: Naveen, Rahul Nambiar, Ranjith, Suchitra
Lyrics: Vaali


A song that could presumably be used to show the three male characters wooing the heroine. Suchitra sings with just the right levels of sensuality keeping in mind that neither the film nor the situation is a serious one. The track takes full flight towards the second half with the pumping beats and the synth parts take full effect.

Singers: M.L.R.Karthikeyan, Sam.P.Keerthan, Senthil
Lyrics: Vaali

The video game credits sound is starting to gain mainstream popularity as it makes an appearance in the intro. A song intended to serve as a birthday song to the Powerstar attempts to capture the quirky personality of the actor. After an early shift in the song, the track rides on its fairly catchy bass groove. Even if the song loses your attention in places, it will get you to tap your feet soon enough.

Duet Song
Singers: Muralidhar, Rahul Nambiar, Ranjith
Lyrics: Vaali


A pretty enjoyable folk tune set to a contemporary musical style that’s a cross between native instruments. The vocal trio of Muralidhar, Rahul and Ranjith deliver a peppy performance, individually and together. The vocal harmonies by the male and female choruses are the life of the tune.

Singers: Gana Bala, Mukesh
Lyrics: Gana Bala


The opening notes from Gana Bala affirm that a rather playful gaana is in order. It’s a gaana song that’s got its heart in the right place. The old school orchestration gives the track a personality beyond just being the usual kind of the genre. The harmonium sound sustains in the background offering a nice texture and a sweet little guitar solo towards the end comes out as a winner! 

Verdict: : The film might be an all-out comedy but the music is far from being just a joke. Quite a few catchy tunes in the soundtrack make it an enjoyable listen. It’s just fun, enjoy!



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