Cast : Ram, Baby Sadhana, Rohini, Padmapriya

Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja

Story : Ram

Editing : A. Sreekar Prasad

Cinematography : Arbhindu Saara

Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar

Screenplay : Ram

Direction : Ram

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Track Name Singers Rating
Aanandha Yaazhai Sriram Parthasarathy ★★★★½
Nathivellam Rahul Nambiar ★★★★☆
Yaarukum Thozhan Illai Alphons Joseph ★★★★½
First Last Baby Sadhana, Baby Sanjana & Children’s Chorus ★★★☆☆

Aanandha Yaazhai

Singers : Sriram Parthasarathy

Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar

A Raja’esque song ! This song has everything that an inform Ilayaraja number would have – soul, good lyrics, apt singing, tune that sticks. This song would go instantly into most of the playlists. The composer has used instruments like bagpipe, extended string section, chime bells in traces but never it overshadows the purpose of the song which is delivering emotions via singing. Good start !

Nathivellam

Singers : Rahul Nambiar

Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar

This is a top-notch song in all aspects. Rahul Nambiyar is apt for the vocals here. Eventhough the song doesn’t have any big deal of instrumental arrangements, this still works thanks to a soulful tune. The bass which plays in the background certainly gets our attention. The string section right at the middle of the song is worth mentioning too. An absolute delight !

Yaarukum Thozhan Illai

Singers : Alphons Joseph

Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar

‘Yaarukkum Thozhan’ is a short, haunting number which runs for just over a couple of minutes. This song certainly leaves the listeners wanting for more. The humming portion sets a fantastic prelude. Alphons Joseph (Remember Aaromale ?) eases through the high-notes remarkably hitting the high notes with precision. The lyrics are fabulous and gives a hint or two regarding the plot. A definite winner !

First Last

Singers : Baby Sadhana, Baby Sanjana & Children’s Chorus

Lyrics : Na. Muthukumar

“We don’t need no education !” – that’s precisely what Baby Sadhana, Baby Sanjana try to convey through this number. The lyrics by Na. Muthukumar depict anti-School urge among children. But sadly, this stands out as the weakest number in the album. The singers can’t be blamed.Still, this song could appeal to children below a certain age group. Needs repeated listening & good picturization.

To sum it up: The only thing that spoils this album is the Tamil diction of the director who utters some meaningful lines before every song(Ironically, he made a film called ‘Katradhu Thamizh’). The error is so basic that one wonders what the producer, music composer or the director himself was doing after hearing

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these Tamil mis-pronunciations. That apart, the entire album is loaded with 3 emotional tracks and a fun track. The lyrical content is rich in all the songs & this album rates certainly high among Na. Muthukumar’s best works. Yuvan Shankar Raja comes out of his commercial format yet again to deliver another delightful album. Katradhu Thamizh is still fresh in our minds that this album falls probably a notch below it. Nevertheless, a welcome change for delivering a stirring album.

Picks of the Album: Aanandha Yaazhai, Yaarukkum Thozhan, Nathivellam

Album Verdict: Thumping Emotional Album !

Musicperk rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆