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Audio Review Inidhu Inidhu Entertaining all through

Micky J Meyer, who scored music for Telugu hit Happy
Days, comes to Tamil with Inidhu Inidhu, a Tamil remake of Happy Days. Prodsuced by Prakashraj and directed by Guhan, the movie boasts of newcomers. Check out how the songs are:
 

Ammakale O Appakale (Mickey J Meyer, Krishna Chaitnaya, Aditya, Kranti, Sasikiran, Siddarth)

The song is about about generation gap. Easy tune and catchy lyrics, it oozes with energy.
 

Inidhu Inidhu (Karthik)

It is the title song rendered with gusto by Karthik.
Micky Meyer's tune ios catchy and there is freshness all through. Indeed the pick of the album.
 

Inbam Ethirale (Karthik, Timmy, Grid Lock)

A racy and riveting number. Accompanied by English rap, the song is catchy among youngsters. Karthik, Timmy and Grid Lock sings it with gusto.
 

Vazhkai Oru ( Karthik)

It is similar to Oh My friend track of the original Happy Days. It starts like a pop music, but immediately followed by a Carnatic trace with mild strings and piano.
 

Ennangal Vaannoki (Kalyani)

Kalyani's soothing voice and Micky's catchy orchestration add pep to the song. Attractive tune with energy and enthusiasm is what the song is all about.
 

Kodi Kanavu Kannil ( Naresh Iyer)

Retained from the original track Happy Days, the song rendered by Naresh Iyer is filled with piano and guitars. Refreshing and entertaining song.
 

Kalloori Thayah (Mickey J Meyer)

Micky sings himself where the lyrics are interesting calling the college as a mother. With heavy backgrounds of string ensembles, it is indeed a song to listen to in the album.

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