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REVIEW : PARAMASIVAN
produced by S.Ramesh Babu under the banner Samarat
Film Corporation has Ajith and Laila in the lead
roles. The duo of P.Vasu and Vidhyasagar is back
after the mammoth victory of Chandramukhi. The
combo of Vidhyasagar and Ajith has worked well
in earlier movies like Poovelam Un Vasam and Villain.
Paramasivan seems to be no exception with seven
songs to suit the varied mood and feel of the
Undivil: (Shankar Mahadeven, Malathi)
A fast paced song!
Vidhyasagar a master at feeling the pulse of the
listeners has given a rock opening to the album.
He has taken much care and come up with a strong
orchestration using a varied collection of folk
instruments. Shankar and Malthi prove to be the
perfect choice for the song.
2) Natchitra Paravaiku: (Tippu, Rajalakshmi)
A cheerful song!
The first thing that one is reminded of, on hearing
this song is Tippu’s Kokku Para Para song
of Chandramuhki . The usage of children’s
voices and the tune brings up the similarity.
Rajalaksmi along with the company of Tippu has
done an excellent job.
Thangakili: (Madhu Balakrishnan, Srivardhini,
A melodious song!
Though the jingle of the song seems to be little
bit outdated, it still sounds good. Vidhyasagar
has given a soft natural song in his trademark
style. The choir gives a good opening to the
song. Madhu’s voice is fabulous and among
the female singers Srivardhini is outstanding.
Theme music: (Karthik, Shankar Mahadevan, Tippu,
Chandran, Jemon, Ranjith)
An inspirational song!
A motivating song with a lengthy list of outstanding
singers in the industry. The team has given
the right mood to the song with their voices.
On the other hand, the chorus is exceptional
and the recording done for the song is very
Oru Kili: (Madhu Balakrishnan, Sujatha)
A soft song!
Vidhyasagar has not experimented much with this
song and his tune is simple without any undulation
throughout the song. He has again opted to the
old wine in the new bottle style “that is
using tables in a romantic song”. Madhu
and Sujatha have made the song remarkable.
Kannan Varuvan: (Saindhavi, Kalyani Menon, Lakshmi
A carnatic song!
Though, the song is short, it leaves a big impression
in the minds of the audience. A poetic orchestration
is the highlight of this song.
Asai Dosai: (Priya Subramanian)
A peppy song!
The first two words reflect the entire mood of
the song. The catchy lyrics in combination with
Priya’s rocking voice make this a mass number.
It would be interesting to see how they come up
with the choreography sequences for this one.
the album is fair; it’s not even half close
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