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Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani Songs Review

Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani will mark Bharath's 25th film. The film is directed by L.G. Ravichandran under the production of Pushpa Kandaswamy and S. Mohan. Nandita plays the lead while 555 fame Simon has been roped in for the music department.

Anidhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya Sigamani(Madurai Chinnaponnu, Simon,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

The album begins with a high voltage kuthu track with the folksy voice of Madhurai Chinnaponnu. The track has a blend of Tamil styled Hip-Hop and Rap with lot of dialogues and funky lines in between.

Onnuna Rendu(Sunidhi Chauhan, Vijay Antony,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

This is a groovy modern jazz styled track with paced up kuthu rhythms. The hard rocked styled guitar appearances throughout the progress tries its best to pump up energy to the overall composition. The bass guitar is heard quite pronounced making its individualistic presence felt.

En Anbe(Ramya NSK, Vijay Prakash,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

In contrast with the earlier track, this is a feel good melody in the midst of acoustic guitar and string section. Vijay Prakash and Ramya NSK performing at their best, the number also has a classical touch of nostalgia associated with it. Usage of harmonica in the interludes strengthens the feel.

The Elarai(Gana Bala, Yabama )

An essential folk styled track with gypsy guitar styled orchestration well presented by Gaana Bala’s unpretentious voice. Yabama’s rap vocals add the contemporary touch quite competently. The usage of jazzy saxophone in the first interlude is another highlight and it in fact continues till the end of the composition.

Kandangi Selai(Harihara Sudhan,Lyrics: Yugabharathi)

The funky atmosphere is back with a folksy composition sung energetically by Harihara Sudhan. The harmonica arrives yet again with good ease coupled with Far East Flute. The best aspect of the composition is the jazzy bass guitar and nadaswaram.



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