Kolaveri needs no introduction! The song has already become a phenomenon across the globe now. The Kolaveri’s half baked English, Tanglish lyrics, simple music and Dhanush’s desi voice has created a huge impact across the country.
Debutant music director Anirudh has now become an overnight sensation. Here we bring you the full album and music review of Aishwarya Dhanush’s directorial venture 3, released by Sony Music.
Music director Anirudh Ravichander has come up with amazing instrumentations in ‘A Life Full Of Love’, the theme music of 3. The flute piece in the beginning is captivating.
‘Come On Girls’ is again a colloquial number sung by Malavika, Anirudh Ravichander and Nadisha Thomas. A typical ‘sarakku’ song! This number is likely to appear after the hero gets drunk with his friends.
‘Idhazhin Oram’ is a duet sung by Ajeesh and Anirudh Ravichander. As the song progresses, the pace also increases.
Then comes the melodious ‘Nee Paartha Vizhigal’ in the haunting voices of Vijay Yesudas and Swetha Mohan. As the guitar starts strummering you know that this song will be on the repeat mode for some time.
And then comes the much awaited number ‘Kannazhaga’ crooned by the film’s lead pair, Dhanush and Shruti Hassan. The song, which is likely to appear after the hero and heroine fall in love, describes about the beauty of love. Perfect singing by the lead pair!
‘The Rhythm of Love’ is an energectic small track by Navin Iyer while the ‘Theme of 3′ by Mandolin Seenu is fresh and interesting.
‘Po Nee Po’, Dhanush’s favourite track from 3, is sung by Mohit Chauhan and Anirudh Ravichander. The song describes about the pain of love and Mohit Chauhan’s sensual singing has taken this track to the next level. Whereas the remixed version of this has been sung by Harish Swaminathan and Sathya Prakash.
There is no doubt that Anirudh is definitely one of the best finds of this year. After the Kolaveri rage, the album of 3 stands up to every hype and expectations.