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Thirudan Police Songs Review

Thirudan Police is being billed as an action-comedy film and stars Attakathi Dinesh and Ishwarya in the leads. Written and directed by Caarthick Raju, the project is jointly produced by Captial Film Works and Kenanya Films. Music is by Yuvan Shankar Raja.

Ennodu Vaa(Priyadarshini, Sathyan, Senthildas,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

Typical kuthu start from Yuvan. Much like his earlier compositions, Yuvan keeps the kuthu beat at the backhand, allowing it to take over only at the high point. The rendition is pretty normal, as well as the lyrics by Na.Muthukumar.

Moodupanikkul(Naresh Iyer, Roshini,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

Yuvan takes the credit for auto tuning one of the supremely talented carnatic voices in the industry. Naresh Iyer goes fully electronic for this pub-warp song. The computerized toning in the beginning is better comprehended in the first prelude of the song. The r&b rhythm programming adds the much needed pace.

Pesadhe( Hariharasudhan, Pooja,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar)

In Pesadhe, the composer gets into the mood of a vintage Ilayaraja number in terms of the vocal placements. The music is electronic, as it takes centre stage in the interludes. Pooja's vocals are a beaut, adding a rich flavor and feel to the number.

Deivam Enbadhenna (Haricharan,Lyrics: Na Muthukumar )

Yuvan's strikes an emotional chord with a largely typical pathos number sung by Haricharan. With just the voice leading the melody, the flute and synth transitions are subtlety coined to stir up the emotions. Possibly a visual montage song that could work better on screen.

Deivam Enbadhenna (II)(SP Charan,Lyrics: Na Muthukumarn)

The alternative version of the previous track, is a touch softer on the whole. SP.Charan's renditions add a different feel to the song, making a good listen. Yuvan has once again kept it simple here, except for the second track which is arguably innovative. Though Thirudan Police isn't a comeback of sorts for the composer, it is not a damp squib like what he's been presenting off late. Yuvan needs to hit back soon with a kickass album, something which sets the speakers on fire. We're waiting, man.



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