Production: Aditya Chopra (Yash Raj Films)
Cast: Nani, Vaani Kapoor , M.J.Sriram , Five star Krishna , Badava Gopi
Direction: A Gokul Krishna
Music: Dharan Kumar
Lyrics: Madhan Karky, Thamarai

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with a Hindi remake of the insanely famous “Band Baaja Baaraat”. This film is directed by A.Gokul and Nani and Vani Kapoor are supposedly acting in the lead roles. Music is by Dharan Kumar.

Bon Bon ★★★½☆

Singers: Hari Charan, Sunidhi Chauhan

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

If you need a close-match for the song “Ainvayi” from the original film , here you go. But the transition to the tamil culture doesn’t sound interesting as the song proceedes . Even the guitar solos set to festive bhangra beats provide only a few points of brownies. Hari Charan and Sunidhi Chauhan could have a built the attitude needed by the song , if they were used up by the composer keeping in mind their respective bearings,but belts out a interrupted performance.

Kootaali Kootaali★★★★☆

Singers: Benny Dayal, Usha Uthup

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

A slight reminiscence of Michael Jackson’s “The Way You Feel” is felt in the movement of the song throughout the song with a strong soul-music start , making its way into a pop arena. The lyrics are sensational and leaves a positive vibe , thus leaving an impact conveyed by the energy-filled Benny Dayal and Usha Uthup

Kadha Kadha★★★★☆

Singers: Chinmayi

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

The song , abled by good choice instruments like saarangi , mandolin , begins with the banging dols and you end listening a crafty mashup of punji influences from Dharan. Chinmayi shows good control over her voice, whether it is over or down-tones and has lots of areas for bringing variations.

Padhiye Padhiye (Male)★★★★☆

Singers: Abhay Jodhpurkar

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

The composer clubs the gentle touch of the guitars and a synth rhythm for this male version , sung by Abhay Jodhpurkar , who is in the race for delivering silent hits. The tune is progressive in its approach and doesn’t limit itself to the rules of slow motion , which is usually the criteria for a melody.

Honeyae Honeyae (Male)★★★½☆

Singers: Naresh Iyer

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

This song is strictly a bgm kind of song , that is done in freestyle manner by Naresh with a nice infusion of classical and pop bits featuring nadaswaram and thavil , used extensively just like the previous songs and for the film’s namesake. The lyrics are even cheesy and styled out to be straight. Expect a “Podaa Podi” potion mixed in a little proportion.

Mazhaiyin Saaralil★★★★☆

Singers: Guna, Swetha Mohan

Lyrics: Thamarai

Dharan retraces back to his Parijatham days and offers his true potential. The gorgeous melody is woven into an atypical rhythm pattern and houses some intricate orchestration , making some crossroads between different voice layers. Topping this tune is the superb singing from Guna and Swetha Mohan, with the latter especially shows off her complete prowess behind the mic.

Aaha Kalyanam – Instrumental Theme★★★★☆

A, colorful up tempo theme with an upliftement given by a blaring trumpets , acapellas , nadaswaram , dholaks and free-flowing guitars . Dharan tags plenty of segments , sounding like a mozart composition and gels them without letting the tempo loose or allowing the track to feel disjointed.

Honeyae Honeyae (Female)★★★☆☆

Singers: Supriya Ramalingam

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Comparing the male version , the female counterpart looses the race due to its flat delivery over a bouncing background , that makes the feel so degenerative. The singer , Supriya tries out her chance of replicating rihanna , when she oozes the words in air , but utterly fails in her practice. Harmonies are nonetheless better the full length.

Padhiye Padhiye (Female)★★★★☆

Singers: Shakthishree Gopalan

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

The meandering tune is made a recursion , with an excellent and expressive vocal performance from Shakthishree , who shows strength in the lower octaves in this female render. The singer’s contribution certainly adds more value with her own improvisations to the background score running.

The Punch Song★★★½☆

Singers: M.M.Manasi, Nivas

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

With a lot of Rajni’s top punch dialogues panned and repeatitive shouts of the word “Thala Thala” zooming in circles , Dharan comes up with another “Kuthu dancer” like energy track and pulls it off easily. The song starts with rock-kuthu and as you go into , you will notice a lot of famous film names or tag lines coming over and over with no exception of “TR”. Karky does a fine job in writing the qwarky lyrics and the singers , Nivas and Manasi does the same on the mic with all the commercial guffas. The guitars and violin solos are ravishing . Hear if you are fast beat person.

Picks of the album

Paadhiye Paadhiye (Male and female versions) , Mazhayin saaralil , Kootaali Kootaali , Bon Bon , Kadha Kadha

Overall rating : ★★★★★★½☆☆☆

Bottomline

Dharan is getting back on his horsepack and is riding high with this album , but for the fact that he has left trying a variety of instruments and instead has used Nadaswaram , Thavil and Dols. Though the reason would be Yashraj brand and a remake of a North Indian film reflecting a lots of Punjabi , the composer could have done more with his potential. Keeping aside , the album is a big treat similar to a south side kalyaanam and it will make you say Aaaha !!