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Thilagar Songs Review

Thilagar is an upcoming entertainer starring Kishore and Mrudula Bhaskar in lead roles. Music for the film is composed by Kannan.

Verichu Verichu(Haricharan, Shweta Mohan,Lyrics: Sarathy)

A peculiar folk number with Haricharanís passionate voice marks the beginning of the album. Interesting chord progression and Ghatam percussions adds much to the composition. Neat string section creates a feel good ambience throughout.

Vellavi Manasu( Padayappa Sriram, Shankar Mahadevan,Lyrics: Sarathy)

A punchy composition with a blend of folk and modern rock. It is Shankar Mahadevanís show all the way. The track carries a good undercurrent energy and macho flavor.

Uppu Katha( Chinna Ponnu,Lyrics: Sarathy)

A short melancholic solo with eerie orchestration which has the typical trance like feel. Chinna Ponnuís earthly voice takes the track to an emotional hilt.

Kadamai Ondru(Anand Vaidyanathan,Lyrics: Sarathy)

Striking composition with angered chord progression and the vocals suiting rightfully to the mood. The track is interestingly based on Carnatic Raaga Revathy- which has the knack of expressing difficult emotions.

Oorellam Vettu Sattham( Anitha, Chinna Ponnu, Mukesh,Lyrics: Annamalai)

It is time for a typical rustic kuthu number in the midst of captivating rhythm section and feel good modern chord progression. The vocalists take the front seat with ease and give an interesting direction to the composition.

Bam Bim Bam(Charulatha Mani, Priya Hemesh,Lyrics: Annamalai)

Another aggressive number with heavy laden rhythm section and energetic renditions arrives next. The track strangely carries a philosophical dimension which is quite intriguing. Nevertheless, it goes in the repetitive fashion with stumbled progress.

Eesal Pol(Padayappa Sriram,Lyrics: Sarathy)

The eeriest composition of the album arrives again in the rustic voice of Padayappa Sriram. However, the orchestration remains same as the previous version.

Aanai Koottam(Srinivas,Lyrics: Sarathy)

The album comes to a finale with the melancholic solo in the voice of Srinivas. He gives a mellowed effect to the composition with his velvety voice.



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