It’s time to rock and dance on the floors for all ‘Thala’ fans. Yes, it’s official now as the producers have claimed about the fact of releasing ‘ASAL’ audio on January 4. Starring ‘Ultimate Star’ Ajith Kumar in lead role, the film has two red-hot actresses Sameera Reddy and Bhavana in lead roles.
In the past, the trio combo Ajith Kumar-Bharadwaj-Saran has churned out remarkable records in box office. Now, they’re all set to make one big boom as frontrunners of 2010 Box Office.
The film’s audio is marketed by ANAK Audio and Think Music.
It’s noteworthy that the same team that had hosted a very big juncture of ‘ASAL Thiruvizha’ are planning for yet another fete near Madurai Bus Stand on the day of audio launch.
As you know, ‘Thala’ has fans all over the globe and amongst all centres. His songs are sure to sway on the floors with fast beat rocks and sweet melodic tunes.
Cast : Ajith Kumar as Shiva , Prabhu as Mirasi, Sameera Reddy as Sara, Bhavana as Sulaba, Yugi Sethu as Don Samosa, Suresh as Daniel Dharmaraj, Rajiv Krishna as Vicky, Surendra Pal, Suhasini Mani Ratnam , Sampath Raj as Sam, Adithya, Pradeep Rawat as Kalivardhan, Karmanya, Kelly Dorji as Shetty, Karen Miao Sapru, Koena Mitra in an item number
Label – ANAK Audio, Think Music
Story, Screenplay : Yugi Sethu
Music: Bharathwaj and Y-Kinz
Dialogues : Yugi Sethu
Production: Sivaji Productions
Cinematography: Prashanth D.Misale an Assistant to Nirav Shah
Editing: Anthony Gonsalves
Art direction: Virumaandi fame Prabakar
Stunts: William Ong, Kanal Kannan, Thalapathi Dinesh, Patrick Bruneton
Costume design: Vivek Karunakaran (Ajitkumar), Rangasamy, Nalini Sriram (Sameera Reddy & Bhavana)
Production manager: Ramkumar Ganesan, Prabhu Ganesan
Executive producer: S Anand , Devar Murugan, Ravi Maraz (Malaysia), Siti Hawa (Malaysia), Sabrina Suchdev (France), Barbara Brehert (France)
PRO : Diamond Babu
It’s been a long time we could hear some good songs in Ajith Kumar’s films. Well, his previous films ‘Billa’ and ‘Aegan’ had interesting tunes, but didn’t work out due to lack of substantives in lyrics whereas ‘ASAL’ has some reveling songs catering to the tastes of masses and so are the lyrics.
1.Thala Pola Varuma
Vocal: Sunitha Saarathy
A perfectly tailored song for the Ajith Kumar fans. It’s all about hero-worshipping as Bharathwaj blends the line with his very own previous composition ‘Thala Pola Varuma’ from ‘Attagaasam’. There is couple of similarities of tunes we tend to compare with – Sunitha Saarathy’s vocalism is so close to Madonna’s ‘Die Another Day’ title song while musical tune is similar to second verse of ‘Thenali’ title song. Nonetheless, the strong praises of heroism will surely get the audiences hop with claps and whistles.
Can be regarded as best song of this album: A son’s appreciation about his father (both played by Ajith Kumar will make the song sound better while on screens). Vairamuthu’s heart-touching lyrics and Bharathwaj’s simple instrumentations embellishes the song with more intensity. The beats slightly resemble that off A.R. Rahman style.
Vocal: Surmikhi and Sri Charan
The song belongs to Surmikhi for her one-on-one patterned rendition. The beats are catchy adding to more sensuous-quotient. Sri Charan’s rap lines tot up for the attention-grabbing factors. The lyrics are centered on a sensuous girl’s enticing her beau. Maybe, if choreography well for the typical ambience, then it’s sure to make it big on screens.
Vocal: Mukesh and Janani
When Vishal Bharathwaj created high waves just with a single phrase – ‘Dan De Dan’ in ‘Kaminey’, our K-Town Bharathwaj keeps ahead with ‘Tottodaing’. The song has nothing special to mention about. But again, it may cater to the tastes of B and frontbenchers with the medium-paced Kuthu beats. The song is pictured on Ajith Kumar and Bhavana shaking legs together.
Vocal: Surmikhi and Kumaran
Bharathwaj wears a goofy hat here as he copycats the exact rhythm of Shreya Ghosal’s ‘Yeh Ishq’ from ‘Jab We Met’. It makes us wonder how come the directors and Ajith himself could accept such a tune.
Vocal: S.P. Balasubramaniam
Can this be a partial inspiration of Sivaji Ganeshan’s ‘Yengey Nimmadhi’ in ‘Puthiya Paravai’? Of course, the conceptualized motif of both the songs remains same that revolves around a man’s emotional outburst for the infidelities and betrayals faced. S.P. Balasubramaniam does his part while Bharathwaj has used loud instruments. Hats off to Vairamuthu for good lyrics.
7.Yengey Yengey (Reprise)
Vocal: Karthikeyan and chorus
The repeated version of ‘Yengey Yengey’ has a beautiful rendition by Karthikeyan a chorus. Unlike the previous song, this doesn’t carry loud percussions and metal guitars. A song will be close to everyone’s heart indeed.
Finally, ‘ASAL’ goes with a mix of good and mediocre as Bharathwaj seems to have spelled his earnest efforts, especially with ‘Yeh Dushyantha’. But, it’s nice to hear some appealing lines from Vairamuthu after a long time.
Verdict: Completely for Ajith fans
Production: Sivaji Productions
Star-casts: Ajith kumar, Prabhu, Sameera Reddy, Bhavana, Yughi Sethu, Balaji, Suresh and others.
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