Review by : Tamilstar team
Arun Vijay, Mamta Mohandas
Feather Touch Entertainment
After achieving moderate successes with Malai Malai and Maanja Velu in the years 2009 and 2010, Feather Touch Entertainment and Arun Vijay came forward to do this third collaboration namely Thadaiyara Thaakka.
Directed by Magizh Thirumeni the movie has kerala singer-actress Mamta Mohandas as heroine. Thadaiyara Thaakka derived its name from the famous deity song "Kanda Shasti Kavasam". Bollywood actress Prachi Desai was first roped in for the lead female role for a lump sum of 1.5 crore and later dropped out of the movie. After five months delay in heroine casting, the audio was recently released without much fanfare.
Let us go through the music by analysing each and every song in details.
The way the background score is composed for the title seems impressive but gives the inner feeling that too many instruments have been used . Thaman could have avoided using too many instruments and it would have been better if he sticked with an instrument or two.
This one, an unplugged version of another song in the album, has heavily used the sound synthesizer. It is interesting to hear Thaman’s refreshing voice and he has given his best as he has always done in the past. It seems like singer Rita has done justice to the song.
Aalap Raju, Rita
This song is an ordinary one with typical Thaman style but singers has done their best. This one has also used lot of sound synthesizer vocals.
L. R. Eswari, Solar Sai, Arun Vijay
The much publicised and expected one and only item song in the album. The evergreen L.R. Eswari has given her charming voice once again. The protagonist of the movie, Arun Vijay, has rendered his voice as well. Seems like an sure fire hit.
Javed Ali, Chinmayee
Chinmayee and Javed Ali are lifting this melodious song's soul of the song to another level with their best efforts and as of late Chinmayee has been excellent in her voice. This song is the best one in the album and seems to have inspired by Yuvan Shankar Raja style melody music.
Verdict: A very decent performance from Thaman which is neither very bad nor extraordinary. But he, with his enormous potential could have done better.
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