Review By : Album Release Date : Aug 02,2016

Production: Company Production Cast: M Sasikumar Direction: Prasath Murugesan Screenplay: Prasath Murugesan Story: Prasath Murugesan Music: Darbuka Siva Background score: Darbuka Siva Cinematography: S.R.Kathir Dialogues: Prasath Murugesan Editing: Praveen Antony

Vandiyila Nellu Varum
Singer: Anthony Daasan, Sanjana Kalmanje
Lyrics: Ekadesi

Udukkai, Thappattam, Thavil and Keba Jeremiah’s guitar strums play to the macho voice of Anthony Daasan in a right-from-the-start fast beat that induces involuntary dance moves. The song slows down momentarily to make way for Sanjana Kalmanje’s calming cameo which serves as the plum on the cake. Thumbs up track!

Vettaruva Veecharuva
Singer: D.Velmurugan
Lyrics: Ekadesi

Flute and woodwind have been made use of to bring out an oriental south side tune that silently scorns. Voiced by D.Velmurugan, Darbuka Siva has crafted magic with this composition which gives a fitting feel to the title.

Thalakalu Puriyala
Singer: Anitha K, Velmurugan

This song has already stolen slots in audience’s playlists. This pop number is an important addition to the dance beat lover’s playlist. The song starts with Anitha K’s soulful rendition which immediately picks up speed with strong guitar riffs and brass notes. The part where the lines ‘Kidaariye unnale yaarukum thookam illa’ has come out to be a catchy line.

Nenjukulla Ninnukittu
Singer: Sanjana Kalmanje
Lyrics: Ekadesi

The flute and Sanjana Kalamanje lead the song from the beginning to end with the continuous support of the lead and bass guitars. A breezy number that gets overshadowed by the other tracks in the album list.

Pagaivanuku Arulvai
Singer: Haricharan
Lyrics: Mahakavi Bharathiyar

Darbuka’s work of Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s poem Pagaivanuku Arulvai has come out as an important addition to the album and seems to be the BGM for crucial scenes in the film. The song has been given an eerie touch with the extensive use of strings and sarod.

Kaathu Veesudhu Kaathu
Singer: Darbuka Siva, Gowtham Bharadwaj

A short song for which Darbuka and Gowtham have lent voice to. The song makes use of thappaattam and can be expected to be a part of scenes such as the climax. An important filler in the album.

Velivarum Ulmugam
Singer: N/A
Lyrics: N/A

A neatly programmed background score with menacing interludes and pulsating beats that aggravate the mood. A master theme.

Verdict: Kidaari is a pocketful of playlist occupiers
( 2.75 / 5.0 )