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Anjaan Songs Review

Anjaan, one of the highly anticipated films of this year, features Suriya and Samantha in the leads. Written and directed by Lingusamy, the film is jointly produced by Thirrupathi Brothers and UTV Motion Pictures. Music is by Yuvanshankar Raja.

Bang Bang Bang(K.G. Ranjith,Lyrics: Madan Karky)

Ever since this song was featured in Anjaan teaser, we knew that this electrifying number is an out and out winner. Sung with gusto by singer Ranjith, the song raves about the qualities of Raju Bhai played by Suriya. Music from Yuvan Shankar Raja is bang on target with some riveting guitar riffs to start off, followed by techno beats and mesmerising violin piece. The song maintains its tempo coupled with energetic lyrics from Madan Karky.

Oru Kan Jaadai( Benny Dayal, Shweta Pandit,Lyrics: Viveka)

Sung by Benny Dayal and Shweta Pandit, Oru Kan Jaadai is a unique number which combines western style rock music with romantic lyrics penned by Viveka. Yuvan relies heavily on electric guitar and bass to churn out a fun number. The song may not appeal everyone when heard for the first time, thanks to its unusual fusion of western sounds to love song lyrics, but the song grows on you each time you listen to it.

Ek Do Teen( Andrea Jeremiah, Suriya,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

This is the song which every Suriya fan has been waiting for. Sung by Singam star along with music director Yuvan Shankar Raja and Andreah Jermiah, Ek Do Teen is a fun seductive number which starts off with interesting chorus followed by foot tapping percussion beats accompanied by constant whistles in the background.

Sirippu En(M M Manasi,Lyrics: Viveka )

A cabaret styled tune where Yuvan works underneath the middle eastern melody to make things more interesting. But the lyrics and the singing presents itself as bit too generic.

Kaadhal Aasai(Sooraj Santhosh, Yuvanshankar Raja,Lyrics: Kabilann)

A sufi styled melody which does serve as a reflection of Yuvan’s current phase. However there are familiar old traits of the star composer, such as the high register singing and the uplifting chorus which is quintessential Yuvan.

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