Neerparavai is an upcoming Tamil film starring Vishnu and Sunaina. The movie has been directed by Seenu Ramasamy whose previous movie ‘Thenmerku Paruvakaatru’ won a few national awards. This movie is being produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin. Music has been composed by N R Raghunanthan. The album released amidst big audio launches such as Thupakki and Poda Podi. Let us see how the album has fared.
|Para Para (New)|
|Para Para (Sad)|
Singer(s) : Vijay Prakash, Harini
The album starts off with a breezy melody. Interestingly, Vijay Prakash has sung it very well that one will surely think twice if it is his voice. His rendition is a big plus. Harini is in her usual best. The song overall is a simple composition with interesting lyrics too.
Singer(s) : GV Prakash Kumar
Woah look who’s sung this song? Its GV Prakash Kumar and it is definitely a great selection for this song. He provides the right feel and has sung it really well. The song is simple and catchy but doesn’t give as much feel Yaathe Yaathe(Aadukalam) did though both these songs seem to fall in similar category. The interludes are well orchestrated and this song is overall a very good composition.
Singer(s) : VV Prasanna, Saindhavi
This song is comparatively an average composition. The song is simple and I kind of kept humming ‘Nandri nandri’ part of the song repeatedly. So, its kind of catchy and feel good. A decent composition with a decent rendition from the lead singers.
Singer(s) : Harish Raghavendra
This one is another ‘love failure’ song. Nothing so different with the tune and the lyrics. We have come across these kind of songs many times. Looks like it has become mandatory for a sad song to be like this. Some experimentation can be done. However, leaving this thought, this song is a pretty good attempt. Harish Raghavendra is chosen aptly and overall, it is another decent composition.
Singer(s) : Shreya Ghoshal
This version of the song is even better. I always wonder how Shreya Ghoshal manages to make even a simple song very beautiful. This time, the song is itself so nice and she further beautifies it. You can just listen to it as many times as possible. Its Shreya magic all the way!
Singer(s) : Anand Aravindhakshan
Possibly the theme song, this one depicts the essence of what the film possibly is all about. The lead singer Anand sounds very much like Ajeesh. The singing style too sounds very similar. The song is an interesting and good composition.
Singer(s) : Chinmayi
That’s version number 3. This kind of same song with different versions was previously done with the song ‘Yen uyire’ from ‘Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakkathile’. However, that composer(Achu) made sure that all the 3 versions sounded distinct and fresh in their own way. That’s the only problem here. There is hardly any difference between this version and the one sung by Shreya Ghoshal. A few changes in arrangement of the song would have made it really great. However, Chinmayi delivers the song as good as Shreya Ghoshal did.
Verdict : This is an interesting album with pretty good songs. The music composer has done a neat job. However, the album being released amidst biggies like ‘Thupakki’, ‘Adhibhagavan’ and ‘Poda Podi’ might take some time to get recognition.