Music Director -: Gibran
‘Vaagai Sooda Vaa’ is a wholesome package with wonderful songs. Being his first movie Gibran has done a great job with the musical score. This movie has given him a great scope to prove his potential. The album will surely reshuffle the current chart.
|Senga Soola Kaara|
|Sara Sara Saarakaathu|
1. Senga Soola Kaara -:
The song starts with a fast beat and the song begins after a small break. Anitha’s raw voice instantly conveys the mood of the song. A song that explains the plight of the village people and their plead to the village God which is wonderfully brought out by the lyrics penned by Vairamuthu. No one would be able to guess that this song is from a debut music director.
2. Sara Sara Sarakaathu-:
This song is also written excellently by Vairamuthu. Chinmayi yet again gives a different tone to her voice showcasing her versatility. The song progresses brilliantly with Gibran’s score. The mild instrumental in the background and the discrete string pieces add a great flavor to the song.
3. Thanjavuru Madathi-:
This song starts and ends with some sort of chinese instrument. Just a simple and short song sung by Jayamurthy.
4. Poraney Poraney-:
This is a breezy number sung by Neha Bhasin and KG Ranjith. Lyrics of this song is written by Kathik Netha. A romantic song with a touch of melancholy. The song has heavy beats and that complements the song’s tune very well. Yet another commendable composition from Gibran.
5. Thaila Thaila-:
This is another short song but this one stands out. The major positive is Rita’s childish voice and Ve. Ramasamy’s lively lyrics. Short and sweet.
6. Aana Aavana-:
“Aana Aavana” has a wonderful tune bolstered by a powerful orchestra and chlidren choir. This kinda song is least expected from a debut music director but Gibran has given it. This song revolves around the main theme where actor Vimal characterizes the role of a school teacher.
Album Rating –
Reviewed by Rajagopalan, MusicPerk team.