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Lingaa Songs Review

Lingaa is one of the most awaited movies of the year starring Superstar Rajinikanth, Sonakshi Sinha and Anushka in the lead roles. AR Rahman has composed the songs for this KS Ravikumar directorial

Oh Nanba(Aaryan Dinesh Kanagaratnam, S.P. Balasubramaniam ,Lyrics: Vairamuthu)

Reverberating SPB kicking in with the flamingo type orchestration, Oh nanba is a thorough retro. Isaipuyal has taken an outdated genre' and has cleverly fused it with party-mix and rap.

En Mannavva(Aditi Paul, Srinivas,Lyrics: Vairamuthu)

Rahman tends to keep it simple when its for Superstar. Thanks to the tune, this duet is chirpy and Bollywood like. The bhols, swarasthanams and tambourine give us an idea of what to expect on screen. Might not be instantly accessible though

Indianne Vaa( A.R. Rahman,Lyrics: Vairamuthu)

The magical Rahman voices for a song that readily talks of unity and patriotism. The powerful chorus, authoritative lyrics and the groovy rhythm progression make it an addictive number.

Mona Gasolina(Mano, Neeti Mohan, Tanvi Shah,Lyrics: Madan Karky)

The powerful Mano is back. Nadhaswaram for a melody? That is AR Rahman. Starts off like a mash up of all the recent international trends in music with all the growling in the singing and the Spanish phrases

Unmai Orunaal Vellum( Haricharan,Lyrics: Vairamuthu)

The much needed pathos of the album. With just the hand drum and the deep Haricharan's voice, Unmai orunaal is soft and sober. The instrumentation and the singing neatly parted for an uncomplicated listen shows Rahman reaching out to the casual listeners.



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