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Music Review : SANDAKKOZHI

    Sandakkozhi has Vishal and Meera Jasmine in the lead and Lingusamy is directing the movie. He has taken extra pain to ensure that the film appeals to the audience. The trailers show a fast paced screenplay and both the lead stars look very convincing. Rajkiran also plays an important role in the film. The movie is produced by Vikram Krishna under the banner GK Film Corporation.
The music for the movie is scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja, who is the sensation in the industry right now. This is also the first film for Lingusamy in combination with young Yuvan. The film has five songs and they make an eclectic mix.


1) Ennamo Nadakirathe: (Shaan)
It is a westernized song and is straight off Yuvan’s stable! It is tailored to suit the you taste of the youngsters and Na. Muthukumar’s lyrics blend in well with the theme. Shaan of Tanha dil fame, makes his debut in Tamil and he is expected to go places especially with his peppy and youthful voice.

2) Dhavanipotta: (Vijay Yesudoss, Shreya Ghosal)
It is a classical medley and bears the unmistakable influence of papa Ilayaraja! While Vijay Yesudas and Shreya Ghosal make a good combination, the fantastic use of percussion is proof of Yuvan’s intuitive approach to music.

3) Gumthalakadi Gana: (Karthik, Ranjith)
A gana song! As the second word of the song describes, the song is of gana genre and can be said as the scene stealer of this album. The song has all the ingredients to top the charts of this year and the dance sequences should match the fast pace tune of Yuvan. The lyrics of the song seem to indicate the farewell party of the college. Ranjith and Karthik get the credit for singing the song with full throated energy.

4) Mundasu Sooriyane: (Karthik, Sriram)
A folk song! The song which praises the head of the village and in this movie it is played by Raj Kiran. This type of composition is fresh from Yuvan’s repertoire and it is an indication of his growing maturity. This is Karthik’s second song in the album and in duet with Sriram the song has come out well.

5) Ketta Kodukirae: (Jassie Gift, Ganga, Chinmaye)
Again a village based song! The song is fast paced and Jassie Gift is in full flow throughout. Yuvan has tried a different kind of music and he has used various instruments to suit the pace of the song. The lyrics of the word are really catchy especially in the prelude.

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