Banner: AVM Productions, Sun Pictures.
Producer: M. Balasubramaniam , B. Gurunath Meiyappan
Starring: Vijay, Anushka Shetty, Salim Ghouse, Sri Hari, Sri Nath.
Director: Babu Sivan. Music Director: Vijay Anthony.
Actor Vijay – Vijay Antony: the duo combo coming together had raised everyone hopes for their specific mantra of stunning music and dance. Perhaps, the songs of ‘Vettaikaran’ don’t exceed your expectations. The musical album has a mix of some good and well as lacks impressiveness in few.
SouthDreamZ.com brings you the exclusive music review of Vijay’s ‘Vettaikaran’…
1. Puli Urumudhu
Vocal: Ananthu, Mahesh Vinayagam
A ‘perfect picture’ for all Vijay buffs and indeed it’s an indirect political propaganda that the actor had looked out for. Precisely, nothing seems to be impressive on both instrumentations and vocalisms. It’s more or else tuned in the same theme of ‘Singam Ondru Purapattadhe’ from Rajnikanth starrer ‘Arunachalam’.
2. Chinna Thamarai
Vocal: Krish, Suchitra
Sounds interesting on rap lines and fill-ins. But again, the playback singers don’t fill the space. The sensuously erotic song has the right appeal over lyrics penned by Vivega. ‘Chinna Thamarai’ has yet another version in the later part of album.
3. Naan Adichaa…
Vocal: Shankar Mahadevan
A fast-beat title song well-tailored for Vijay and it is sure to become a sensational hit amongst his fans. Amongst the other tracks, this one happens to be a perfect score by Vijay Antony. For sure, it would throw extreme excitements with Vijay’s spellbinding dance.
Vocal: Surchth, Sangeetha Rajeshwaran
In simple terms, the song isn’t a recommended number and naturally, if you wouldn’t feel adhered to the tunes. Per chance, scenarios could be different after the film’s release.
Vocal: Krishna Iyer, Shoba Shekar, Charulathamani, Shakthi Shree
Apart from the fast-running notes and rhythms on acoustic and electric guitars, there is nothing for special mention here. Vijay’s mother Shobha Shekar has crooned the song and she does her part well.
‘Naan Adithcha’ is a peppy commendable number while ‘Chinna Thamira’ maybe a slow pick up. But we aren’t sure about rest of the songs and maybe with vigorous promotions of Sun Pictures, paradigms maybe shifted… But on whole, it’s a big disappointment from Vijay Antony who spelled mind-boggling tunes in his previous albums.