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144-Audio review

Cast: Shiva, Ashok Selvan,Oviya,Sruthi Ramakrishnan
Music: Sean Roldan
Lyrics: Sean Roldan,Vivek Kabilan,Bharathi Ganesan
Direction: G.Manikandan

Album Analysis:

Poove Pooviname
Singers: Sean Roldan, Chinmayi
Wow! Where did that come from? Sean Roldan riding high after the fantastic rendition in ‘Kannana Kanne’ from NRD, follows suit and delivers another gem of a track. Chinmayi does full justice to this fresh tune & this should walk instantly to the playlists.

Vinai Theerkum
Singer: Sean Roldan
Vinai Theerkum is on the celebration song domain and Sean Roldan delivers a peppy tune with not so loud arrangements which is commendable. There is a layer of guitar too (surprising!) for a track of this genre.

Kenathakaanum
Singers: Anthony Dasan,Malavika Sundar
This is a completely mad track with quirky arrangements & Anthony Dasan notches the song to a different level with her rendition which is full of improvisations. The sound quality is refreshingly new. Did I mention the wacky lyrics? A thorough blast!

Aagaa
Singer: Hariharasudhan
‘Aaga’ is on the same lines of the Kenathakaanum track in terms of arrangements and lyrics. The interludes are impressive whereas the nostalgic stigma to this track takes us to the composer’s Porape Nadape days.

Kaasu Kedacha
Singers: Anthony Dasan, Gowri Shankar, Susha
One too many! Another track in the Anthony Dasan mould proves too much for the soundtrack and makes it monotonous at this point. Skip to the next!

Velamarapattayum
Singer: Shenbagaraj
The song is bound to leave a smile mainly because of its lyrics although there is nothing musically of any good scope here. The message the song tries to convey (Yes, a message!) is a scream!

Although three songs of a similar genre find place in the album border lining on repetition, Sean Roldan shows enough traces of his fantastic potential with a standout song like Poove Pooviname.

Picks from the album: Poove Pooviname, Aaga
Album Verdict: Sean Roldan delivers a quirky album!
Album Rating: 3/5

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