Rajapattai Music Review

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Rajapattai Music Review

Rajapattai Music Review

Starring: Vikram,Deeksha Seth,Mithra Kurian,K Vishwanath
Direction: Suseenthiran
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Production: Gemini Film Circuit

The album comprises of 5 tracks that includes a reprised version of Podi Paiyan Polave.

1. Podi Paiyan Polave

Singer: Haricharan
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Yuvan with his style that lures the young has kept his music simple in this song. What attracts is the brilliant sound mixing and Haricharan’s vocals. He has rendered a tone to set the mood although the lyric is not catchy enough. And most importantly, the magic ‘ingredient X’ of Yuvan’s blend is hard to find. This is sure not his best.

2. Laddu Laddu Rendu

Singers: Vikram, Priyadarshini, Suchitra
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

A treat to Vikram fans, Laddu Laddu Rendu is a typical Kuthu song. The music director has touched his father’s style of rendering. You can actually feel the 80s heat sweeping you as you listen to the brass elements. Yuvan who always renders it fresh has added few transitions that might sound interesting . With Kollywood hotties Reema Sen and Shriya Charan dancing to its beats, this song is sure to welcome loud whistles at the theatre.

3. Villadhi Villan

Singers: Mano, Malathi
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Yuvan uses the same retro-style as in Laddu Laddu. The vocalizing pattern, Live Drums stand proof to it. This is one assured hit and is sure to reach the mass. The song’s visuals will keep the viewers glued as Vikram sports multiple get ups in it.

4. Paniye Panipoove

Singers: Javed Ali, Renuka
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

Yuvan has his own ways of making powerful love songs and he has done it again. The singers beautifully render the romantic feel making this melody a feel good one. The lyrics definitely isn’t the strength but suggests that it is a situational song. Yuvan who keeps shifting from high and low notes has made some amazing use of the string. This song is a magical melody.

Verdict:

Laddu Laddu and Villathi Villan would appeal to the masses and is a treat. The music on the whole is ok but not outstanding.

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