I wasn’t quite sure which My Morning Jacket would show up this time around. Would they go back to their alternative-country roots of The Tennessee Fire? Would they be the hard rockers of It Still Moves? Would it be another risky, experimental Evil Urges? Which one would show up for Circuital? The answer: all of them.
Yet another mixed bag from Yuvan. The album has a reasonable number of rhythm oriented songs to attract all those young fans out there. Being one of the much awaited films in Kollywood the director has a great scope to provide a visual delight.
Long before the songs from the movie were out Delhi Belly was being one of the much awaited movies and with release of "D.K.Bhose" song the popularity ricocheted off the limits! Ram Sampath tries to fit in every mood style and genre with his trusted lyricists. Clearly Ram Sampath is no more the under dog and has stepped into the limelight with the release of this album or with the just the release of "Bhag D.K.Bhose".
In all , Venghai is a commercial melodrama and is filled with a lot of village tunes. Hari-DSP duo did not prove that good as they did it in ‘Singam’ and ’Aaru’. But the songs are somewhat nice to hear. Might be DSP’s background score would feature this village drama a great success.