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All in All Azhagu Raja Music Review

All in All Azhaguraja, produced by Studio Green, is family comedy specialist M. Rajesh’s latest offering. It features Karthi and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead and Rajesh’s permanent fixture Santhanam.Any film associated with brands 'Rajesh' and 'Karthi-Santhanam' should get you through the course of awesome feast. Of course, these personalities have enteratined us respectively in their films and for the first time we have them together for the film 'All in All Azhagu Raja'. Adding more colours to this festive family entertainer is the musical score by Thaman. The album comrpises of 5 tracks that belongs to different genres and surpass with best results.

All in All (Suchith Suresan, Senthil Dass , Sam. P, Keerthan and Bellie Raj)

Every title song in Rajesh movies knows its value and this one isn't an exception. Be it Yuvan Shankar Raja or Harris Jayaraj, they have always delivered an unique composition with fast beats and more orchestrations for the title song. Over here, Thaman has understood the need to compose with more efficiency and has done accordingly. The bunch of singers Suchith, Senthil Das, Sam, Keerthan and Bellie Raj make the song sound with right touch.

Yaarukkum Sollamma(Rahul Nambiar)

This one has been ruling the audio markets over a week. Such has been the melodic treat of Thaman and the vocalisation by Rahul Nambiar embellished it vividly. The song should gain more vivacity with the visuals. Not to miss the musical accompaniments in the backdrops that serve to be additional attraction.

Unna Paartha Neram(Vijay Yesudas and Sri Vardhini)

While the previous songs and other tracks in this album are colourful with present panache, this one proves to be a 'black horse'. Yes, Thaman gets back to the early 80s that was dominated by the melodious arena. Vijay Yesudas and Sri Vardhini give a feel of Yesudas and Chitra and that's a perfect work that beautifies the song.

Orey Oru(Javed Ali)

He is always the best on melodies and folk numbers - Javed Ali gets back into Tamil zone with yet another perfect track. Orey Oru might not run into longer duration, but has some splendiferous music... It opens with Cathedral wedding bells followed by 'Maangalyum' - a Hindu panache followed by Javed Ali's scintillating rendition. When compared to other songs, Na. Muthukumar has written some best lyrics that retain in your senses even after this song is over.

Yamma Yamma(Sooraj and Shreya Ghosal)

Usually, the final song in the album of Rajesh movies would be a colourful one - either a 'Gaana' song or 'wedding folk'. This one belongs to the second category and yes, the singers Sooraj and Shreya Ghosal put their earnest efforts in making the song sound more enjoyable. The music we hear in the interlude and prelude is the greatest asset in making us tap the feet.

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