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Thread: New Music Releases - Urumi (Deepak Dev)

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    Avan Ivan

    Starring: Vishal, Arya, Janani
    Movie Director: Bala
    Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja

    Avanapathi Naan Paada Pore T.L. Maharajan, Sathyan

    Rasaathi Pola Ava Yennai Th Haricharan

    Dia Dia Dole Thaam Tharakk Suchitra

    Mudhal Murai Yen Vazhavil Vijay Prakash

    Oru Malaiyoram Anku Konja V. Yesudas, Baby Nithyashree

    National award winning director Bala announced his first full-fledged comedy entertainer Avan Ivan. This is the first time director Bala, who is famous for his serious and dark subjects, is trying his hand at comedy. The film narrates the story of two siblings; earlier, real life brothers Suriya-Karthi and Jiiva-Ramesh were considered for the two main leads. But finally Arya and Vishal were chosen!

    Both Arya and Vishal have tonsured their heads for this film. The actors also avoided public appearance to keep their looks secret. Reportedly Vishal plays the role of a transgender in the film, which is expected to elevate him to the next level in acting.

    Vishal recently spoke about the reason behind introducing him as a squint-eyed character in the movie. After observing Vishal's initial acting, director Bala complained about his urban mannerisms and body language, which were unsuitable for the character.

    Bala also wanted Vishal's character to appear unattractive and planned to introduce a squint eye. Vishal added that the role became very popular after the promotional materials of the movie were released. Though Vishal takes pride in his role, he said that he had undergone great pains to imitate a squint eye, which left him with intense eye pain and headaches after the filming. The film is expected to grace theatres on May 20, 2011.

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    Porali
    Music: Sundar C. Babu
    CAST: Sasikumar, Allari Naresh, Swathi

    Songs

    Vithiya Potri: Sasikumar, Samuthirakani
    Lyricist: Yugabharathi

    Yaar Ivan (Male): Shankar Mahadevan
    Lyricist: Na.Muthkumar

    Vedi Podu: Velmurugan, Thanjai Selvi
    Lyricist: Kabilan

    Yaar Ivan (Female): Chinmayee
    Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

    Engiruthu - Chinmayee
    Lyricist: Na. Muthukumar

    Vegamaai Adhivegamaai

    http://www.raaga.com/channels/tamil/...p?mid=T0003275

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    Urumi (2011)
    Music: Deepak Dev
    CAST: Prithviraj, Arya, Prabhudeva, Vidya Balan, Genelia, Tabu

    Vadakka Vadakka: Guru Kiran
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Yaaro Nee Yaaro: Hariharan, Swetha
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Chinna Chinna: Shreya Ghoshal
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Kondaadu Kondaadu: Benny Dayal, Rita
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Aaraaro Aaro: Reshmi
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Chalanam Chalanam: Malgudi Subha
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu
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    Urumi (Theme)

    Thennadu: KR. Ranji
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu
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    Facing The Enemy (Instrumental)

    Vadakka Vadakka (Rock Mix): Guru Kiran
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Thennadu (Lounge Mix) -Sri Ram
    Lyricist: Vairamuthu

    Yaaro Nee Yaaro (Instrumental)

    http://www.raaga.com/channels/tamil/album/T0003278.html

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    yaaro nee yaaro nalla medolody paadal..

    http://www.raaga.com/player4/?id=319...35543243331363

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.Latha View Post
    yaaro nee yaaro nalla medolody paadal..

    http://www.raaga.com/player4/?id=319...35543243331363
    That song is totally ripped of from a Canadian song... check youtube for Urumi

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    Balabarathy is back in tfm!

    Oodhari (2011)

    Cast: Vinod, Vishnupriya
    Direction: Sakthi Krishna
    Production: Balaji Prabhu
    Music: Balabharathi
    Lyricist: Kadhalmadhi, Annamalai & Rajkumar
    Label: Jungles
    Released Year: 2011

    01. Valaivil Valaivil..Singers: Raaki Padmalatha
    Lyricis: Kadhalmadhi

    02. Oru Varthai…Singers: Vijay Prakash
    Lyricis: Annamalai

    03. Kuruku Savalathaiya..Singers: Kayatri Segar & Vijay Prakash
    Lyricis: Kadhalmadhi

    04. Uyir Sollum Kadhal…Singers: Koms. Jeyasrinivas
    Lyricis: Rajkumar

    05. Kalla Thonikaara…Singers: Karthik Sruthivanthana
    Lyricis: Kadhalmadhi

    http://www.raaga.com/channels/tamil/...p?mid=T0003284

    any1 listened?

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    Mayanginen thayanginen

    MAYANGINEN THAYANGINEN MUSIC REVIEW
    Review by : Kaushik L.M

    Starring: Nitin Sathya, Disha Pandey, Ganja Karuppu
    Direction: S.T. Vendhan
    Music: Kannan
    Production: T Rajeshwari
    Vocals: Thilaka, Sathya Prakash, Mukesh, Chinnaponnu, Swetha, Vijay Prakash, Haricharan
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi, Viveka, Ilaya Kamban

    Directed by newcomer Vendhan and starring Nitin Sathya and Disha Pandey, this movie highlights the issue of sexual abuse reported from some mental asylums in Tamil Nadu. Nitin plays a call-taxi driver who falls in love with a call center girl whom he has not met. The music has been provided by Kannan who is looking for a solid hit to establish his credentials in the industry. Now, onto the music review.

    Mayanginen Thayanginen...
    Thilaka (female version) / Sathya Prakash (male version)
    Lyrics: Viveka

    A song that has very mild instrumentals and lets the lead singer go through her routine in a very melodious manner. There is a male version of the same song as well, which follows pretty much the same pattern. Two short and sweet songs more like lullabies.

    Aadi Varum Thera Adungada…
    Mukesh, Chinnaponnu
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi

    There are numerous such songs before this but the genre of this song is such that it is likeable instantly. Addictive beats and energetic singing make this a harmless experience. Can expect some fast dance moves and happy moments on screen. A trademark ‘thiruvizha’ song.

    Kaduvulin Koil…
    Swetha
    Lyrics: Ilaya Kamban

    A mellow song with a slow tempo and poignant lyrics. The violin instrumentals go with the mood of the song. Swetha’s voice is silky as always and the chorus by the children adds to the touching quality of the song. There is an unmistakable Ilayaraja touch in this song,

    Kanavinil Neeyum…
    Vijay Prakash
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi

    This song has light shades of ‘Nenjil Nenjil’ from ‘Engeyum Kadhal’. There are some flowing violin instrumental interludes in this one with Vijay Prakash bringing in the required amount of expression and feeling to the song. The female lead adds more value to this lilting melody towards the end.

    Unnai Vittu Ponaal…
    Haricharan
    Lyrics: Viveka

    A love-failure song which is dramatic and Haricharan is the right singer to deliver the goods for this song. The violin has been used well in this song as well, reminiscent of Raja.

    Verdict: On the whole, an album with the focus clearly on melody. Kannan has brought out a decent album which is worth a shot.

    Tags : Mayanginen Thayanginen, Nitin Sathya, Disha Pandey, Ganja Karuppu, S.T. Vendhan, Kanna

    http://www.behindwoods.com/tamil-mus...ic-review.html

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    KALAKALAPPU MUSIC REVIEW
    Review by : Kaushik L.M

    Starring: Vimal, Anjali, Shiva, Oviya, Santhanam
    Direction: Sundar C
    Music: Vijay Ebenezer
    Production: Kushboo
    Vocals: Krish, Dr. Burn, Mili Nair, Amitabh Narayan, Rahul Nambiar, Sheeba Truman, Steevevatz, Suchithra Karthik, Devan, Prashanthini, Karthik, Anitha
    Lyrics: Pa.Vijay

    Earlier titled Masala Café, Kalakalappu happens to be Sundar.C’s return to his primary profession – direction. It also happens to be his 25th film. There is an ensemble cast featuring young, upcoming stars. The glamorous avatar of hitherto homely belles, Anjali and Oviya, has ensured that this movie has got enough and more eyeballs. Of course, Santhanam is there. Vijay Ebenezer of ‘Kanden’ fame provides the music. Let’s see if his debut was just a flash in the pan or whether he is here to stay with Masala Cafe.

    Angelina…
    Krish, Dr. Burn &Mili Nair

    There is a very similar song in ‘Kanden’ (UnnaiKandene). Still, the peppy, energetic rap of Dr. Burn (reminiscent of Akon) makes this song a winner. Krish sounds very similar to the aforementioned song.

    Ivalunga Imsai Thaanga Mudiyala…
    Amitabh Narayan

    The lead singer’s pronunciation is bad to say the least. Nevertheless, a song that talks about the unsolvable riddle that women are. A nice slow paced ‘gaana’ number. The references to Kannadasan and Kamal Haasan are striking. Might visit the charts for the naughty and light hearted quality that the song has.

    Masala Café…
    Rahul Nambiar, Sheeba Truman & Steevevatz

    This song is another joy ride. The song gives you a happy and cheerful mood. Might probably be the intro song featuring the two heroes. A festive atmosphere can be expected in the theaters when this song plays out. The lyrics harp on the joy aspect while also being inspirational.

    Mokkamanusha…
    Steevevatz & Suchithra Karthik

    The joy aspect continues into this song as well. This is a masala soaked duet literally and one can expect some glamour on screen.

    The male lead has shades of Srikanth Deva’s voice. The entire song sounds like one of Yuvan and Simbu’s collaborations. The ‘life e masala’ refrain makes the song endearing.

    Unnaipattri Unnidame…
    Devan & Prashanthini

    A romantic song with a tune that has been heard innumerable times before, but, sounds good. The ‘nadaswaram’ notes are a surprise addition to the song and the flute instrumental interlude accompanied by the female humming before the second stanza is top notch.

    Ava Thirumbipaarthu…
    Karthik & Anitha

    This is a solo from Karthik. Sounds pleasant but the tune is notoriously familiar to many hit songs of the recent past. Remember ‘Kalangathaala’ from ‘Venghai’? This song gives a soft finish to the album to make it six songs in all, for the listener. Wonder which of the two pairs will be featured in this song or will it be both?

    Verdict: A nice collection of numbers. The focus is equally on masala and melody songs as well. The songs of Sundar’s 25th venture sound good for sure.

    Tags : Kalakalappu, Vimal, Anjali, Shiva, Oviya, Santhanam, Sundar C, Vijay Ebeneze

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    MANAM KOTHI PARAVAI MUSIC REVIEW
    Review by : Kaushik L.M

    Starring: Siva Karthikeyan, Athmeeya, Soori, Singampuli
    Direction: S.Ezhil
    Music: D. Imman
    Production: S.Ezhil, Ambethkumar, Ranjeev Menon
    Vocals: Saisharan, S.Malavika, Aalaap Raju, Surmukhi, Santhosh Hariharan, Javed Ali, Vijay Prakash, Chinmayi Sripada
    Lyrics: Yugabharathi

    One time hotshot director S. Ezhil is making a comeback with current crowd favorite Siva Karthikeyan in the lead. Ezhil has a reputation for making clean family entertainers. Imman has been entrusted with the music and Imman has a pretty decent track record in the industry. Is he in good form? Let’s find out.

    Dang Dang…
    Saisharan and S.Malavika

    After the super success of the ‘Jingu Chikka’ song in ‘Mynaa’, Imaan traverses on a very similar path with this song. It is foot tapping but the sheer magic created by the earlier song is hard to live up to. The singers have the required fizz to make the song enjoyable, nevertheless. Can visit the charts for sure but real popularity can be expected only when the film hits the screens.

    Jal Jal Jal Oosai…
    Aalaap Raju and Surmukhi

    Aalaap Raju seems to have enjoyed himself singing this romantic number. The beats are likable while the tabla percussions and the instrumentals comprising flute and Spanish guitar make sure the song retains the charm right through.

    Oorana Oorukkulla…
    Santhosh Hariharan

    This is a folksy number ridden with a bit of pathos in the lyrics. The violin adds to the mellow mood of the song. The beats are energetic and make sure the song is entertaining. The lead singer is expressive. As the hero sings about his skewed love life, we can expect the scene to be of the hero along with a group of his friends.

    Po Po Po…
    Javed Ali

    The name of the song gives an idea about the genre of the song straightaway, a love failure song again. Javed Ali is back after a small hiatus and his pronunciation is much polished compared to some of his previous efforts in Tamil. The instrumentals before both the stanzas are dramatic and have elaborate arrangements. The end violin instrumentals make the song even more passionate. This song might find many takers in the male crowd.

    Yenna Solla…
    Vijay Prakash, Chinmayi Sripada

    The song begins on a classy note with strings and what follows is a likable duet which has tasteful instrumentals with a lot of variety. The guitar usage in particular and the female chorus endear the song even more. The song moves at a steady pace with pretty heavy percussive usage.

    Verdict: Imman has a winner with this Ezhil movie. After ‘Mynaa’ the expectations from him are high and this album has done no harm to his status as a composer of note.

    Tags : Manam Kothi Paravai, Siva Karthikeyan, Athmeeya, Soori, Singampuli, S.Ezhil, D. Imma

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    NAAN EE MUSIC REVIEW
    Review by : Kaushik L.M

    Starring: Nani, Samantha, Sudeep
    Direction: S S Rajamouli
    Music: Maragatha Mani
    Production: PVP Cinemas
    Vocals: Ranjith, Deepu, Rahul Sipligunj, Sravana Bhargavi, Chaitra, Vijay Prakash
    Lyrics: Karky

    Blockbuster hit maker S.S. Rajamouli is getting into Tamil cinema with this bilingual featuring upcoming stars Samantha and Nani. Both of them are taking their baby steps in Tamil cinema while Kannada superstar Sudeep will be making his first Tamil appearance. The audio was released recently. Star Telugu composer Keeravani aka Maragathamani is making a comeback to Tamil cinema through this. Let’s see if he has lived up to his standards.

    Eedaa Eedaa...
    Ranjith

    Starts off with Hindi lyrics as is expected from most of the actual Telugu songs. The theme of the movie (a housefly (ee) taking revenge on the villain) has been translated into this song. The song is fast paced and can be expected to be accompanied by some graphically enhanced visuals of the ‘ee’ going about its business. The treatment of the song is pretty vociferous given the passionate lyrics about revenge, the ‘kollanum’ segment in particular. It really picks up steam with the ‘Eedaa Eedaa’ refrain. Might visit the charts.

    Eedaa Eedaa (Remix)...
    Ranjith, Deepu, Rahul Sipligunj, Sravana Bhargavi, Chaitra

    There is a remix version of the same song which is pretty chaotic and follows the general remix pattern. A shrill synthesized voice has been overused in this remix. On the whole, the remix is nowhere near the original.

    Konjam Konjam...
    Vijay Prakash

    The guitar instrumentals are the standout aspect of this romantic song. Vijay Prakash in low pitched mode sounds cheerful nevertheless. The uncanny resemblance to composer Bharadwaj’s voice is unmistakable. It is a different experience on the whole, given the unhurried pace and the tasteful instrumental arrangements.

    Lava Lava...
    Achu, Shivani

    Starts off in low pitched mode with base instrumentals before moving into a very spirited ‘Lava Lava’ refrain with rock guitar accompaniments.It’s admirable that veteran composer Maragathamani aka Keeravani is so trendy. An entertaining offbeat number that could find many takers.

    Veesum Velichathile...
    Karthik, Sahithi

    This song is a nice pleasant melody with minimum fuss. Karthik brings his trademark charm to this song which sounds like a lullaby. The mouth organ instrumentals add a nice finishing touch to this sure-shot melody. Though the heard before feel dominates, the song sounds good.

    Verdict: A nice compilation of numbers by Maragathamani, as he makes a comeback to Tamil cinema through this bilingual. If the film delivers what is expected, then some of the songs will catch on in a big way, particularly the title song.

    Tags : Naan Ee, Nani, Samantha, Sudeep, S S Rajamouli, Maraga

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