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Production: Sathya Jyothi Films Cast: Dhanush, Mehreen Pirzada, Sneha Direction: R.S. Durai Senthil Kumar Screenplay: R.S. Durai Senthil Kumar Story: R.S. Durai Senthil Kumar Music: Vivek & Mervin Background score: Vivek & Mervin Cinematography: Om Prakash Dialogues: R.S. Durai Senthil Kumar

1. Puthu Suriyan
Singers: Anuradha Sriram
Lyrics: Uma Devi

Puthu Suriyan is a slow-paced melody track of the album. The song starts with an instrumental chunk of piano music. In Anuradha Sriram’s soothing vocals, Puthu Suriyan is a track filled with mother’s love which echoes in the words penned down by Uma Devi. The track’s lagging tempo adds to the beauty of the tune.

2. Chill Bro
Singers: Dhanush
Lyrics: Vivek - Mervin

Chill Bro is an out-and-out modern funky tune. The song has a happy-go-lucky mood throughout. Vivek and Mervin have included major shades of Indian percussions’ music (Tabla, Stick duff, Duff, Dholak) which adds to the jazz of the song. Dhanush’s energetic voice booms with expression and the song’s lively tune make it a peppy dance number as well. The lyrics by the music composers connect well, especially with the young generation. The song has a fast-paced tempo.

3. Jigidi Killadi
: Anirudh Ravichander
Lyrics: Vivek

Jigidi Killadi is a tune that is light at heart but still has a touch of contemporary music infused to it. Jigidi Killadi witnessed the reunion of Dhanush-Anirudh combo after a brief gap, but the song’s josh has made up for the wait. The lyrics by Vivek tells us the story of the gorgeous, yet a slightly proud heroine, who the hero dotes. Jigidi Killadi’s orchestration is played at a normal tempo, and the base track is enriched with piano, guitar beats with regular percussions.

4. Morattu Thamizhan Da
: Vivek Siva, Mervin Solomon
Lyrics: Vivek

Morattu Thamizhan Da is a song that has more of a folk song style from Pattas that explains the pride of being a Thamizhan which is evident in Vivek’s lyrics. Again, Vivek-Mervin’s obsession with Indian percussions has added to the song’s punch, making it inspiringly impressive. The track has a normal pace, but the rhythm repeats at four beats which makes the song seem as energetic as a fast-paced one. Morattu Thamizhan tune is also interlaced with Guitars, Charango, Ukulele, Trumpet, trombone and Horns tune.

5. Piriyadha Enna
: Vijay Yesudas, Niranjana
Lyrics: Ku Karthik

Piriyadha Enna is a romantic melody in the voice of Vijay Yesudas and Niranjana. The song’s music is a smooth gliding tune and the lyrics by Ku Karthik carry it forward. The charm and grace of the song are increased by the guitar-violin interlude in the middle. A well-orchestrated soft tune that will be pleasant to hear.

6. Mavane
Arivu, Vivek Siva
Lyrics: Arivu

In the booming voice of Vivek Siva and Arivu, Mavane spits out fire and whoever hears it will definitely feel the heat! The song is like background music for a raging bull ready to take on its opponents, and anyone who hears it will be stirred for sure. The lyrics by Arivu are perfectly in sync and match the song’s energy.  The song electrifying base makes one wait for the visuals for the Mavane song!

7. Mothers Love - Instrumental Theme
Performed by Mervin on Piano
Chennai Strings Orchestra and Nathan Woodwinds

This instrumental maintains the main idea of the title - Mother’s love. The important aspect of the theme song strongly reflects the shade of the ‘Puthu Suriyan’ song. The song is based on the piano tunes which is performed beautifully by Mervin.

Verdict: Vivek-Mervin delivers a pucca commercial album that power-packs Pattas for this Pongal.


3 ( 3.0 / 5.0 )



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Pattas (aka) Pataas

Pattas (aka) Pataas is a Tamil movie with production by Sathya Jyothi Films, direction by R.S. Durai Senthil Kumar, cinematography by Om Prakash. The cast of Pattas (aka) Pataas includes Dhanush, Mehreen Pirzada, Sneha.