Chimbu Devan’s next outing ‘Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanikalum’ is getting ready for release shortly and the songs by Natarajan Sanakaran have fared well in audio markets. The film stars Arulnidhi, Bindu Madhavi & Ashritha Shetty in lead roles and is touted to be a comedy thriller. Behind frames brings an exclusive look on songs of OKMK.
Singer: Gaana Bala
The song managed to steal our senses when it was released as a single track. There are certain reasons that make it more appealing and one among them is the finest rendering of Gaana Bala. The song opens with a small portion by Premgi Amaran. The beats on accompaniments make it more appealing. We’re sure if a better dance is choreographed, then it can go high on places.
Singers: Naresh Iyer
The song has a lot of things to boast about. The first one is the intriguing orchestral composition and the music director deserves special mention for this attempt. The rhythmic approach and intonating style of Naresh Iyer are impeccable and fantabulous. The song can easily make its way up the charts.
Singers: Chinna Ponnu, Manicka Vinayagam
The song hits straight into your senses and caters accordingly to all class of music listeners. The folkish style is something that Tamil industry didn’t try for a very long time. Chinna Ponnu and Manicka Vinayagam are the right choices making this song so enchanting.
Theme Breeze – African
You may pretty wonder what’s happening here. Is the film shot in Africa or any particular sequence? It’s quite a common style of composition. When you say ‘AFRICAN’, there is no scarcity of whistles and Congo-drums and in the same way, this composition has been done.
The music director has exerted more effort into the composing of this song, which is quite evident with the final output. The track albeit the shorter duration manages to capture our senses out with the involvement of pianos and strings and it obtains the complete term of marriage with Nathaswaram.
Theme Storm (Indian)
Performer: Natarajan Sankaran
Is it a chase or something serious happening? This is the first question that strikes our minds as we keep listening to this track. Natarajan has used a unique technique to give his best on fusion and it has yielded best results indeed.
Theme Thunder (Trance)
Singer: Natarajan Sankaran
When the previous song gave a different feel, this one too strides on the same route, but on different genre. The track gives an intense effect on the scenario of some chasing scene and we will have to wait and watch for the perfect situation in the movie.
Overall, the songs of Oru Kanniyum Moonu Kalavaanigalum are a package of some good numbers. With most of them sounding like signature tracks, they might gain the right effect with the director’s proficiency on placing them in background.
Verdict: Decent tunes for the leisure times