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Following the good success of Pandiya Naadu, the entire team is coming back for ‘Paayum Puli’, which stars Vishal and Kajal Aggarwal in lead roles and is directed by Suseenthiran with Vendhar Movies S Madhan Producing it. D. Imman has composed music to the lyrical lines of Vairamuthu.
Singers: Divya Kumar and Shashaa Thirupathi
The song doesn’t need any introduction for since it was launched as single track, it had a good response. The composing style by D Imman and the lyrical lines by Vairamuthu that encompasses good essence becomes a major highlight. The making has indeed added up more intensity. The singers have made an enchanting spell to keep us engaged.
Puli Puli Paayum Puli
Singer: Malgudi Subha
Malgudi Subha is always known for some best numbers and her vocalising style has been a pillar for many songs. This time, she brings forth an appealing attempt, but the overall composing of the song is just average and it could have been better if Imman had made it more pumping for the senses.
Yaar Indha Muyalkutty
Singer: Armaan Maalik
Armaan Maalik tries everything to give the best from his part with a decorous rendition, but the instrumental part and the on whole composing by Imman much alike the previous number doesn’t occupy our scope of interest.
Diwakar from the times, he was featured in reality singer show has been capturing our interests where he enjoys every bit of song he croons. Apparently, his playback singing has been comparatively gaining good reception and he is now on the winning spree. Although, this song is a bit of mediocre, the singing style of Diwakar is pretty awesome.
Naa Soodani Mogini
Singer: Jyoti Nooran
As the album comes to end, the song is deliberately a forced in song for the sake of commercial gratification, which doesn’t bring us any sort of gratification.
On totting up the final mark of verdict for ‘Paayum Puli’, the album has only catchy number ‘Silukku Marame’ and rest of the tracks are merely ordinary ones.
Verdict: Above average, not great as Pandiya Nadu