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Vocals: Aparna Narayanan, Swetha Mohan, Anuradha Sriram
Lyrics: Vairamuthu

Madura Marikozhundu is the first pathos song from the album and it sounds like this is something dedicated specially for the women in the film. This sad ballad is crooned by three female singers, namely, Aparna Narayanan, Swetha Mohan, and Anuradha Sriram. There is quite some experience behind the microphone and it reflects very well on the output.

The depth and intensity in this track are pretty high, much like most of the album. The song sounds like it is placed at a crucial point in the film and this would drive the story forward. Rahman has handled the track very neatly and hasn't exposed it to beats and just keeping the voices in the forefront. Anuradha Sriram's and Swetha Mohan's voices hold this song up, and with a close listen, the distinction is crystal clear. This adds to the dimensions in this track.

However, by becoming yet another track that seems to be tightly knit to the roots of the screenplay, it cannot guarantee much of a connect amongst the audience.

Tags : AR Rahman, CCV


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