just can’t separate D Imman and racy score. Proving
this once again is
‘Kacheri Arambam’, whose music album is full of
energetic songs, sung by a
group of young singers.There are half-a-dozen songs
in the audio album- all brimming with
energy and exuberance.
Produced by Super
Good Films, the movie directed by debutant
Thiraivannan brings together Jiiva and Poonam
Bajwa, the ‘hit-pair’ of
Thenavattu once again.A look at the songs can reveal
Azhagu Azhagu (Bela Shande)
A perfect beginning to the album, ‘Azhagu Azhagu…’
speaks a lot about a man’s
feelings about his lady’s love. Imman’s music is
lovely to listen to.
Adding strength to it is Bela Shande’s voice.
Kacheri Kacheri (Madhusree, Mukesh)
Here starts the real Imman music. The song has
everything one can expect
in a typical Imman number. The pace from the
beginning till the end is
interesting. The energy in the vocals of Mukesh and
Madusree is noteworthy.
Kadavule (Dr Palaash Sen)
This is the first version of the song, which
appears twice in the
album. Seemingly inspired by a Classical ragam, Dr
Palaash Sen adds value to
the number with his voice. The song begins and
proceeds all through in
the same pace.
Kadavule (D Imman, Roe Vincent,
Here comes the second version. The music composer
has opted for some new
sounds here. Sung by Imman, Roe Vincent and Varun,
interesting though it gives an ‘already-heard’ feel.
Vithai Vithai (Shaan)
Sung by Shaan, ‘Vithai Vithai….’ is a typical
‘mass masala’ number with
peppy beats all through. Racy instrumentation by
Imman is the highlight of
Vaada (Anitha, Karthikeyan, Watta
A racy number once again. However, this one is
influenced by Western and
Classical music too. Catchy interludes and cool
rhythms are the two things
one can look for in this number. One for the masses,
one has to say.
To put it simple, songs of ‘Kacheri Arambam’
would fulfill what once
could expect from Imman.