From the commercial director Suraj, the latest outing ‘Sagalakalavallavan Appatakkar’ stars Jayam Ravi, Trisha and Anjali in lead roles. The film is produced by Lakshmi Movie Makers with Thaman composing music.
Bulb Vaangiten Machan
Singers: Deva, Jayam Ravi and Vivek
Perhaps, this is one of the best cherry picks in this album as it brings an unusual style of singers. Moreover, with Jayam Ravi and Vivek giving some touch of their rendition becomes an additional attraction. Out and out commercial song, this is sure to make it bigger on the screens with the choreography. Deva, the Gaana King emblazons the song with more intensity.
Singers: Nivas and Sameera
Too loud and there is nothing special about the track. The singers try to give their best impression, but nothing helps the song from sinking. Thaman could have delivered something much better.
Buji Ma Buji Ma
Singers: D Imman, MM. Manasi
Thaman always comes up with similar pattern of music and never tries to give something new. This song is one such illustration, where there is no proper orchestration and except the chorus, there is nothing impressive here.
Un style eh power
Singers: Deepak and Sharmila
Yet again, the sound is high and noisy in places. The singers give their best, but nothing helps it grab our attention. The instrumentals are quite disturbing and not an impressive one.
Singers: STR, Remya Nambeesan, MM Manasi, MM Monissha
Finally, to wrap up with the album, there is something quite peppy for the listeners to enjoy and thanks to STR-Remya Nambeesan combo for making it happen. It’s a normal song with the stereotypical style of Thaman composition, but the realms of STR and Remya is quite attractive.
On the whole, Sagalakalavallavan Appatakkar album is just an average fare and somewhat disappointing from Thaman, who hasn’t been able to deliver something enriching to the music buffs. Looks like his affinity for Telugu music industry has been keeping him confined to the same formulae and he has to work out something best if he plans to retain his status in Kollywood.
VERDICT: Disappointing on whole