Monday, 7 September 2020

VISWASAM SONGS REVIEW

Adchi Thooku
Vocals: D Imman
Lyrics: Viveka

 
The song seems to be designed to show off a few interesting elements of Thooku Durai's character. There's a fun angle as much as the sturdy man he is. The synths used are symbolic of the fun, while the bulky beats and the lyrics give us an idea that he's a man of the punch. D Imman has a unique bass voice that could be used in different dynamics and he does that in style with this song. The beats are strong and they don't let us rest our legs. The composition and usage of tones stay within his limits, making us want something we haven't heard a lot of. However, the energy of the song can guarantee a blast in the theatre!

Vetti Kattu 
Vocals: Shankar Mahadevan
Lyrics: Yugabharathi

 
A very powerful folk track for Thala Ajith's introduction is what Vetti Kattu. Imman's arrangements have always been praiseworthy. This track has its guitar section sorted, bringing in the strength for the massy song. The whistle has also been used effectively. Shankar Mahadevan has a robust voice and a hell a lot of talent, making it easy for him to ace anything thrown at him. Imman has infused his typical elements and has made up a pakka theater song. This one will have the fans on their feet!

Kannaana Kanney 
Vocals: Sid Sriram
Lyrics: Thamarai
The first thing we would notice about this haunting melody is Thamarai's lyrics that are beautiful and fall right into Imman's notes. Lately, it seems as though Sid Sriram is thought of, as soon as a music director knows he's given his best shot for a track. The same goes with Kannana Kanney. This is a melody with grand instrumentation that backs Sid's rendition very well. Usually, we would find Imman's stamp seeping through every note of his melody. But this one is very different and the classical angle brings in a great deal of power to the song.

Vaaney Vaaney
Vocals: Hariharan, Shreya Ghoshal
Lyrics: Viveka

Vaaney Vaaney is a household anthem that speaks about the relationship between the husband and the wife. D Imman has brought in two of India's finest singers Hariharan and Shreya Ghoshal to croon this track and without doubt, their work is flawless. The rhythm and string arrangement is an attraction. However, the composition falls into Imman's usual pattern and limitations. But the song shows promise to be an interesting addition to the story.

Danga Danga
Vocals: Senthil Ganesh, Rajalakshmi
Lyrics: Arun Bharathi

 
The trending couple Senthil Ganesh and Rajalakshmi have already sung hit songs and are having a dream run. Danga Danga falls right in their strong zone. This is a template Imman folk number with mighty beats. Yet again, a song that would trigger theater moments and bring the fans to their feet.

Rise Up Theme 
Vocals: Shenbagaraj, Narayanan, Saisharan, Vignesh Narayanan, Sarath Santhosh, Jithinraj
Lyrics: Siva

When we have a Thala Ajith album releasing, the expectation for the Theme track is always high. This time, Imman and Siva have come up with a extended dynamic theme that has quite a few dimensions to it. It begins on a low, and has a travel of its own through the 3 and a half minutes. The arrangements are heavy and highly commendable. The chorus that has crooned this one deserves praise as the vocals are extremely powerful, giving us the chills.

The orchestration is interestingly arranged and Imman has used the many tones that add the rural flavor. The track is rather intimidating and adds to Ajith's compelling strength. Director Siva has penned the lyrics for the song and much like Vivegam, he has done a fairly impressive job of it.
Verdict: Imman delivers a perfect mix of mass and melodies for Thala Ajith's Viswasam

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