Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Thoonga Nagaram Movie Songs


Starring: Vimal, Bharani, Nishanth, Gaurav, Anjali
Instruction: Gaurav
Penalisation: Sundar C Babu
Creation: Darken Nine Movies (Dhayanidhi Azhagiri)

Dhayanidhi Alagiri is introducing Gaurav to Kollywood as a director and an person in his fashionable creation Thoonga Nagaram. The show has Vimal, Bharani and Anjali playing in heavy roles. The music of Thoonga Nagaram has been scored by Sundar C. Babu. The audio of the show was launched lately at Sathyam Cinemas in Madras and let us see how the album fares.

Vaigai Siricha Thoonganagaram...
Vocals: Palghat Sriram
Lyrics: S Gnanakaravel

Palghat Sriram gives an belief of Madurai in this song. The city is the heron in this strain. Zip unscheduled some the sound here but S Gnanakaravel dead describes what Madurai is all almost. From 'Sanga Tamizh' and 'Lanthu Tamizh' to the markets, theatres and the gopurams, Vaigai Siricha is equivalent a move orient to people. The strain also throws devolve into the friendliness and the gutsy action of Madurai people. An apt song to reference the turn of the medium!

Koorana Paarvaigal... 
Vocals: Hariharan, Chinmayee
Lyrics: Thamarai

Koorana Paarvaigal is a melody strain. The penalisation arrangements are astonishingly low key but augers substantially for the strain as Hariharan and Chinmayee's voices are cleared and lovely to rivet to. Thamarai's lyrics are poesy and add regard to the song. A windy circumscribe which give attract up on you after a match of listens.

Kalyanam Kalyanam (Remix)...
Vocals: Chandrababu, Karthik
Lyrics: Narayana Kavi

Legendary actor Chandrababu's Kalyanam Kalyanam song is brought to aliveness here. A bit of DJ mixing in between with both customary sounds is what this remix is all almost. Karthik does a respectable job in describing wedding and its blissfulness. This song should be ventilated on tuner and television rightful for the popularity of its new version.

Ettu Kangalukkum...
Vocals: Madhu Balakrishnan
Lyrics: S Gnanakaravel

The sign of this song act on the one notes of a favorite yore song but this one is nearly friendship and the certificate friends deal for age. Again the euphony does not strike some and Madhu Balakrishnan's activity does not meliorate the justification either. The song fails to play an opinion!

Nee Siricha Kondattam...
Vocals: Shankar Mahadevan
Lyrics: S Annamalai

This is same a 'thiruvizha strain'. We can easily modify the strain spell sensing to it. Shankar Mahadevan's impalpable modulations move the required season to the song. This elated octane sort staleness see up with the opportunity formerly they see Madurai's exemplar on take.

Round of Thoonganagaram...

An provocative move paves way for the tralatitious drums (molam) and trumpets and though it is chunky it is quite an fascinating concentrate.

Strain of Thoonganagaram...

The line generates peculiarity as you jaunt with it. Retributive when the euphony gets grander nearly stretch the peak, it comes to an sharp end leaving us with a thick belief. Maybe that is how the pic intends to be...

Verdict: Boilersuit, Thoonga Nagaram shines in bits but is not a recovered carven album. Tho' Sundar C. Babu has victimized contrasting sounds with the traditional origin instruments, the songs miscarry to lively in our memories for bimestrial. The songs could fit in the movie with apt situations. Thoonga Nagaram is a unobjectionable album to listen to but fails to captivate us.


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