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Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam audio review - A listen to the songs

Varutha Padatha Valibar Sangam is a film directed by Ponram and features popular director Rajesh chipping in with the dialogues. The comedy drama stars Sivakarthikeyan and Sathyaraj in the lead. D.Imman has composed the music and the album contains 5 composition, a remix and 3 karaoke tracks.

Oodha Kalaru Ribbon(Hariharasudhan)

This song is high on amusement factor with its cutesy lyrics delivered with a spirit of innocence by Hariharasudhan. Musically speaking, the song doesn't deviate from the chord struck early on and Imman therefore keeps things rather straightforward allowing the lyrics to take center stage.

Intha Ponnungale(Jayamoorthy)

The best on this album has ‘hit’ written all over it. All the key ingredients to make a track popular are present here and they all come together really well. The instrumental hook of the ‘cellphone ringer’ sounding sample is pretty infectious and is put to good use. The beats make up a standard folk groove that just cannot go wrong in any circumstance. A large section of the audiences would, at least for the sake of fun, subscribe to Yugabharathi’s words on the mysterious ways of women. Finally Jayamoorthy puts it all on record in a very enjoyable way.

Paakathey Paakathey(A.V.Pooja, VijayYesudas)

The melody is unmistakably Imman, but the composer tries to be inventive by attempting a different combination with string instruments like the guitar and the prim being the mainstay on top of folk beats. The idea works to an extent but then there are instrumental moments and touches in the melody that remind us of his recent hits. Vijay Yesudas and A.V.Pooja work beautifully in tandem with their exchanges.

Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam(Anthonydaasan, Kovilpatti Amali, Sivakarthikeyan)

First things first, Sivakarthikeyan is not a singer and therefore he doesn’t possess the same command behind the mic as someone like the prolific folk-artist Anthonydaasan but the actor has given it his best shot, especially in the fast sections that are demanding. But the areas where the actor’s vocals are a bit flat are masked by merry folkbeats that everyone enjoys.

Yennaada Yennada(Shreya Ghoshal, Shweta Suresh(Whistling), Sooraj Santhosh)

The whistles over the accordion and guitars set up the listener for something interesting and, hopefully new. But the presence of staple of native percussion groove adds very little excitement to the proceedings. Imman spruces up the composition with a lively string section and Shreya Ghoshal definitely gives this track high profile status.

Inda Ponnungale (DUBSTEP MIX)(Jayamoorthy, Tha Prophecy)

Imman knows well enough that he’s got a hit tune on his hands and milks the most from it by throwing in this dance mix. The track features Tha Prophecy who has been seen in recent Yuvan albums and he goes about it like its business as usual. Dubstep? What dubstep?



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