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Deiva Thirumagan Music Review

Written By Chiyaan Vikram on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 | 12:51 PM

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Director Vijay and G.V. Prakash have always endeavored with newfangled style of music in their films and now with ‘Deiva Thirumagan’, they seem to reiterate this fact. Vijay and G V Prakash Kumar combo has recreated its ‘Kireedam’ and ‘Madraspattinam’ magic in ‘Deiva Thirumagan’, the Vikram starrer. For the album sets a new benchmark in terms of a complete fusion and certain new things have been attempted all through.

The album of ‘Deiva Thirumagan’ consists of 7 tracks.

1. Kadhai Solla Poraen 
Singers: Vikram, Shringa S
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

The singer in Vikram is in full form. With the funny lyrics all set to catch the attention of kids, it is a different experience to listen to Vikram here. In other words, a story has been narrated in a song, in a simple and elegant way.

2. Vizhigalil Oru Vanavil 
Singer: Saindhavi
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

A special song in many aspects with the main highlight being Saindhavi, G V Prakash Kumar’s sweetheart. A soft number, Saindhavi’ voice just leaves us mesmerised. Remember it is the same song which made Anushka, on whom the number was shot, to cry on the sets.

3. Pa..Pa..Paapa 
Singer: Vikram
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

The multi-talented Cheeyan is back as a singer again. This time for a chirpy song, which expresses a father’s happiness. G V Prakash Kumar has tried his hands at blending folk with Western music in this number, which strikes a magic.

4. Vennilave
Singer: G V Prakash Kumar
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

Music composers normally don’t sing ordinary numbers. Vennilave… is a perfect example to it. It is one of the best songs in the album with Prakash adding value to it with his music and voice as well. Watch out for guitar bits, which are not totally new, but nice.

5. Jagada Thom.
Singers: S P Balasubramaniam, Maya, Rajesh
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

If there is SPB around, nothing else is needed to push a song forward. But G V Prakash Kumar was apparently not ready to take things easy. In the company of a legend, he has presented a well orchestrated record song. Maya and Rajesh have accompanied SPB well.

6. Aarariro 
Singers: Haricharan, Chorus
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

Lullabies had a special place in Tamil cinema till a decade ago. Filling the gap is Aarariro…, thanks to G V Prakash and Haricharan. The usage of flute and other instruments elevates the song to new height. Can be rated as one of Haricharan’s best.

7. Life is Beautiful
(Theme Music)

Come what may life is to live, they say. The essence of life is in the way it is lived. The theme music attempts to tell these things in a more beautiful way, with violin, whistle and flute coming to G V Prakash’s help. The music composer succeeds again.

Verdict :  Treat to music lovers and a feast to the fans of Vikram and GVP.
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