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Saroja Saroja
Music review By Malathy Sunderam
Produced by Amma Creations. Directed by Venkat Prabhu. Starring SPB.Charan, Siva, Kajal Agarwal, Premji, Prakash Raj, Jayaram.

The much- noticed group of Chennai-28 gets together again for this movie and with Yuvan Shankar Raja doing the music for it ( after his well- acclaimed Yaaradi Nee Mohini), expectations are naturally running high. A pretty young girl, Vega from Mumbai, and Vaibhav a smart-looking young

lad, are being introduced in this movie. How has Yuvan expressed himself in the tracks? Shall we get going?

Nimirndhu Nil…

Vocals: Shankar Mahadevan

A delightful little number with peppy lyrics and a feel-good aspect to it. The flute bits right at the middle deserve special mention for the melodious touch to this pacy number. Seems built on the Sankarabharanam scale. The words are a little difficult to catch, surprisingly for a Shankar Mahadevan rendering.

Aaja Meri Soniye…
Vocals: Vijay Jesudas, SPB.Charan, Prem G.Amaran

Another nice little number from Yuvan. Looks like a celebratory song for a boy who's getting married. Neat lyrics that wish the couple, but at the same time seriously advising the boy to treat his consort with respect. The lovely flute and violin bits with humming make it especially melodic. In spite of the 'ma' swara, you hear traces of Mohana raga. Aaja meri soniye is the refrain that runs like a silken thread through the song connecting it.

Cheeky Cheeky…

Vocals: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Matilda, Nirdhiya

Ah, truly a song in the 'for the youth ,by the youth' category. Has all the right ingredients—heavy thumping rhythms, just-about-recognizable lyrics and synthesizer music. Could be a dance number and, if picturised with imagination, could catch up.

Dosth Bada Dosth…
Vocals: Haricharan, Naveen, Rahul Nambiar

A song sung as an ode to friendship, goodwill and trust that exist between the four young heroes in the movie. Quite a leisurely number with softer beats. Though the scale appears to be Kiravani, the notes and rendering have been westernized. The fast chords'sa-ga-pa-ga-sa' and the music interludes thankfully don't

jar. Clear articulation by all the singers. Again, a sure shot hit number among the youth

Kodaanu Kodi…

Vocals: Mohammad Aslam, Ranina, Kavi

The song is a typical Yuvan cocktail of Western, Arabian and South Indian music. Looks like the base raaga is Natabhairavi. Basically about youthful seduction and attraction. Sung with a certain kind of 'mast' by the singers. The male voice is high pitched and is set off by the low heavy lady's voice.

My Life…
Vocals: Tanvi

Heavy metal guitar and percussions, not a single word of Tamil, this song is definitely something new to Tamil cinema music. Will be very interesting to see how this one is going to be picturized. The song has been 'belted out', so to speak.


Yuvan Shankar has given a couple of sure hits here. Of course, a spirit of youthfulness pervades the album as the movie itself is youth-oriented. If the film catches the fancy of the audience, the other songs too could become a rage.

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