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The music of Vijay’s Bairavaa saw a surprise release on Tuesday, December20. It was earlier supposed to be unveiled on December 23, but the plans changed after the songs from the movie were accidentally released on iTunes.
Here are some twitter audience response for bairavaa music
Nillayo Ok,Other Songs Below Avg
— Malayalam Review (@MalayalamReview) December 20, 2016
— ™OM SAIRAM ENT MEDIA (@OmSaiRamMedia) December 20, 2016
— TrendsWood (@Trendswoodcom) December 20, 2016
— Vivek Radhakrishnan (@crvivek) December 21, 2016
#Bairavaa songs review. My picks varlam varlam va, nillayo and patta kelalpu
— Hari diwakar (@Haridiwakar) December 20, 2016
#Bairavaa Songs review .. 2/5 Nothing much
Vijay films always ll have good songs
The above sentence turned out to be a thing of past
— BOX OFFICE PIGEON (@Boxofficepigeon) December 20, 2016
— BossYuva (@ultimate_yuva) December 20, 2016
— aravind (@aravinddgreat) December 20, 2016
#Bairavaa songs my review 2.25/5 … I m a biggest vijay fan but feels slightly disappointed …. Let's hear it'll pick up…
— Kirthika (@karthickapp) December 20, 2016
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Singer: Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Priyadarshini Special Mention: Ananthu
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‘Kabali’ teaser is finally out. Rajini in his vintage look is just awesome and yes, the theri mass teaser has lot more to tell you. The dialogues are powerful and the sleek cut teaser brings you closer to our Thalaivar. This teaser has received huge response in the social networking sites and the number of views in the YouTube channel has crossed 50k in just 1 hour of its release.
Kabali is one of the most anticipated movies of this year and it is being directed by Pa. Ranjith. Music of this Venture is scored by Santhosh Narayanan and produced by V Creations Kalaipuli S. Thanu.
So here is an exciting news for all the movie lovers! The audio of ’24’ starring Suriya, Samantha and Nithya Menen in the lead is all set for the release. With the teaser and single from the audio becoming a hit, the expectation for this sci-fi by Vikram Kumar has gone sky high and now a reliable sources have revealed that the audio of this venture composed by AR Rahman will be hitting the tinsel town on April 11th.
An official announcement regarding the same is expected soon. Also we have been reported that the films CG is 90% complete and the team is planning to release the movie on or before April 29th. So let us now wait for the team to give us the official confirmation.
The much expected songs of Theri were released yesterday in a grand event. It marks composer GV Prakash’s 50th album in his 10 year journey as a music director. This is his 2nd outing with both Vijay (after Thalaivaa) and Atlee (after Raja Rani). How have the 7 tracks turned out? Lets find out in this review by Kaushik LM
Jithu Jilladi – This is such an instant charmer from the ‘gaana’ king Deva who effortlessly sings in a high pitch, at the age of 65. Balachandran chips in with a low pitched rendition in the anupallavi. ‘Jithu’ is a tribute to the cops with easy, ‘local’ lyrics penned by Rokesh. GV Prakash has mixed up the standard ‘kuthu’ template with trumpets, siren sounds, synth and dubstep. Yet another ‘gaana’ hit from the Vijay – Deva duo (on the lines of Baasha’s ‘Autokaaran’), which is guaranteed to generate large scale celebration from the masses in cinemas. PICK
Eena Meena Teeka – This is the cute ‘pony tailed’ father’s bonding song with his daughter, treated with some rock and roll shades. Their sentiment is conveyed through relatable, naughty lyrics. Uthara is her natural playful self while GV’s humming adds a touching flavor to the song. The visuals will endear Ilayathalapathy Vijay to the kids even more. PICK
En Jeevan – This is a melody treat with lovely vocals by the evergreen Hariharan, sweet Saindhavi and the blessed Vaikom Vijayalakshmi (in a powerful Sanskrit rendition). The lilting instrumental orchestration complements the tune, which is right in GV’s strong zone. Expect Vijay and Samantha to exhibit some great chemistry in this intimate duet. PICK
Dub Theri Step – Starts off with the trumpets from ‘Jithu’ and proceeds as a hardcore dubstep track, with the expected quirky synth sounds. Arunraja Kamaraj comes out with an intense rap, while the piano and whistles make their presence felt amid all the noise. Should be pulsating on screen during the action moments. PICK
Chellaakutty – A peppy dance duet (taking off from ‘Vaada Maapla’), with good EDM variations by GV Prakash. The bagpipe hook is the highlight of the number. This is a safe hit, where Vijay enjoys himself as a singer and Neeti Mohan is bouncy with her voice. The auto-tuning on Vijay’s voice could have been avoided though. PICK
Thaimai – A little classical melody rendered by Bombay Jayashri. This situational track is for Samantha’s maternal instincts. There are some lovely flutes on this track and along with the female chorus, we are reminded of the classic ‘Yamunai Aatrile’ from Thalapathy.
Raangu – A regular set-based kuthu duet with a standard T Rajendar (a bit low-key) and a lively Sonu Kakkar behind the mic. The final 20 secs of the song are a high, but on the whole this pedestrian track will depend on some fun visuals to work.
VERDICT – ‘GV 50’ is a winner, which packs diverse varieties of songs starting from melody to kuthu gaana to the jolly peppy stuff. It’s sure to add value to the movie.
‘Remo’ is an upcoming venture that has Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh in the lead and is being directed by Bhagyaraj Kannan.
The film’s music has been composed by Anirudh Ravichander and the composition is in the final stage. As per the report from the sources that talented and young composer has given all the songs except for one and this is in the final stage.
It has also been said that the team is on plans to release the album in the last week of May that is after the Elections. We are yet to receive the official announcement regarding the same.