Production: K. S. Sreenivasan
Cast: Jayam Ravi, Amala Paul, Meghana Raj, Sarath Kumar
Story, Direction, Screenplay and Dialogues: Samuthirakani
Music director: G. V. Prakash Kumar
Cinematography: M. Jeevan, M. Sukumar
Editing: A. L. Ramesh
Distribution: Vasan Visual Ventures
Samuthrakani is back with Nimirndhu Nil, a bilingual made in Tamil and Telugu. The film stars Jeyam Ravi in Tamil and Nani in Telugu as the male lead with Amala Paul and rest of the cast staying the same. Music is by G.V.Prakash and it is a first time journey with the successful director.
Singers: G.V. Prakash Kumar, Javed Ali, Shashaa
GV prakash brings some hope to hear the album for this hindustani piece rendered beautifully by Javed Ali, Shashaa with the composer providing the sufi spirit. The song is grand with Santoor, Tabla played synchronously.
Dont Worry Be Happy
Singers: Gaana Bala, S. Chella
Lyrics: Gaana Bala
An entertaining song to lift up the album a level high will be this one , performed by Gaana Bala and he has written the lines too , that has an interesting flow of events. The whistles , kuzu (pipe),guitar pieces lace the song in the interludes .Then, there is just percussion jostling with dexterity. The pickup-line will remind of Vadivelu’s dialogue and works out simple superb.
Despite feast of percussions riding on and good rendition by Hemachandra, the track succumbs due to lack of punch and unmixed patches of the vocals here and there.The lyrics are of a typical hero introduction song drilled in the form of social laughter. This is purely meant for front benchers, but turns out average with no hoopla inside it.
Singers: Haricharan, Saindhavi
Lyrics: Madhan Karky
The only saviour in the song is the lyrics by Madhan Karky .There is not much to expect from this song since there is no travel spotted
even with the vocals of singers Saindhavi and Haricharan and their partnership have least to perform.
Holy chants of Gita are preceeded by set of middle east expressions, edgy beat ,flanger vocals, konakols , panned croaks , that appears in the middle of the verses that present. It is made similar to a BGM and settles for the vigour mood.
Picks of the Album – Kaadhal Nergaiyil , Dont Worry Be Happy
Bottomline – It just seems that G.V.Prakash forgot to regard the album as his own and only delivers 2 songs close to success. The listeners can’t expect any kind of magic, that surrounds. The numbers just doesn’t stand up this time.
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