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Vai Raja Vai Songs Review

After a romantic psychological thriller, director Aishwarya R. Dhanush is back again with Vai Raja Vai starring Gautham Karthik and Priya Anand in the lead roles. Yuvan Shankar Raja takes care of the music department for this film.

Vandha Kadha(Gana Bala,Lyrics: Gana Bala)

The 'Gaana Bala' formula has been a winner, always. The screechy violin, localized lyrics and rhythm programming delivers a catchy track!

Pachchai Vanna(Yuvan Shanakar Raja,Lyrics: Madhan Karky)

The classic Yuvan type melody is back. His ever emoting voice is a huge plus. The noticeable bass lines and loops are noteworthy experimentation. Yuvan’s fans will love this.

Pookkamazh( Tanvi Shah, Yuvan Shankar Raja,Lyrics: Madhan Karky)

Yuvan's favourite Tanvi and her international voice blends with this foot-tapping song. The non-lexical filling part of the lyrics sets the pace. The accordion instrumentation in the first BGM is Yuvan's magic back in action.

Naam Vaazhndhidum( Hip Hop Tamizha, Yuvan Shanakar Raja,Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha)

Cello strokes and Aadhi's killer lyrics for a desi, hip-hop number. If it's a montage' song, the composing is a hit already. Vocals do the magic. The 'Vai raja vai' portion is instantly beguiling. The EDM flavor comprehends the tone progression.

Move Your Body( Ilayaraja ,Lyrics: Dhanush)

Ilayaraja's idiosyncratic characteristic voice and the party-mix can make this song an addictive number. The improvisations in the interludes might take some time to catch up, but this number will have its run at the pubs.



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