Ennodu Nee Irundhaal Review

song review

Cast Crew

Producer : Kabilan Vairamuthu

Story Writer : A.R. Rahman , Sid Sriram , Sunitha Sarathy

Music_director : A.R. Rahman

"Adiyey' fame Sid Sriram pulls of another thriller here with his jazzy voice. Starting of the song is a killer! Piano, flute and the symbols establish the type of song you're going to listen. The sudden break down is then set into a pace by the bass drum. A top class rock song, backed by chorus, sensational rendition and raising octaves. The timpani, electric guitars and sudden change in texture of singing are all sheer genius." – "Sid Sriram, who sung the path breaking 'Adiye' in 'Kadal' has come back to sweep off everyone with his dynamic rendering. The Piano preludes paves way for Sid to take off slowly, and Rahman keeps playing with his drums, chimes, and bells softly around Sriram's sensational vocals for a good 4 minutes. The soft drum beats meets the flutes in the midway to emote the feelings of a fluctuating heart and let Sunitha to render her part. Sid signs off with an unimaginable high pitch portion in the last part only to make us press the repeat button to ensure what we heard is real." – "'Adiyey' fame Sid Sriram has come up with this song with his jazzy voice. Drum beats and use of electric guitar makes the song to be the soul of the album with best impression. The usage of piano, flute indicates that the song contains the impressive lyrics."

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Powerstar Prasath

 Saturday, June 20, 2015

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