1. Singapenney 
Singers: A R Rahman & Shashaa Tirupati
Lyrics: Vivek
A highly powerful and energetic song composed of strong beats and tune, Singapenney is a song whose music stays true to the lyrics. Even the piano notes strike hard to implement the strength to praise and applaud women. That doesn't mean that the tune is full of strong beats, the song has gentle but commanding base. The lyrics by Vivek has transformed the usual gentle description of women adding a feeble weakling shade to women. Projecting women's strength is the main intention of Singapenney and it has achieved the same. The rhythm of the song is a great plus and the orchestra has been a major support for the same.
2. Verithanam 
Singer: Vijay
Lyrics: Vivek 
Try as you may, but at some point, you will tap your legs to Verithanam - the rhythm of the song is set in that way. A completely dynamic song with the expressive voice of Vijay is the main highlight, as the lyrics, slang, and voice of the singer will overshadow the tune, but the orchestra doesn't let go easily. In the interludes, the percussions, Shenai, and guitars will pull you to the music. Vivek's words add the might and confidence to the song which is evident in Thalapathy Vijay's voice.
3. Unakaga 
Singers: Sreedhar Hariharan & Madhura Dhara Talluri
Lyrics: Vivek
The song opens with impressive flute music and Unakaga song starts to flow from the first note. The tune of the song gets more melodious from one phase to the next and hence Unakaga is a soothing soundtrack. Lyrics penned by Vivek has love inducted in every phrase and AR Rahman's music has highlighted the same. Madhura has added classical music shades to her lines, and the veena music which plays at the background is a perfect match. The song is one complete melodious package of soulful music, a signature AR Rahman romantic musical.
4. Maadhare  
Singers: Chinmayi, Madhura Dhara Talluri, Sireesha, Akshara, Vithusayni
Lyrics: Vivek
The song Maadhare is something different from the other songs we have in the track. The song is a sharp and stinging insight on how society views women, and how women are left in to live in silence. The words that have come from Lyricist Vivek has such deep meanings and the slow tempo, classical tune of the song with mild chorus tugs deep at your emotions, making you feel exactly how the makers of the song intended it.
5. Bigil Bigil Biguluma
The percussions and Shenai take over the first half of the song, and with the exception of two-line interlude in the middle, this song is completely taken over by the orchestra. The track is devoid of any other lyrical portions, but it has to be mentioned to be a noticeable beat song.
Verdict: AR Rahman's perfect mix of class and mass music amplifies Bigil's verithanam!
BIGIL SONGS REVIEW BIGIL SONGS REVIEW Reviewed by Manoj Mohata on 04:53 Rating: 5

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