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Kuttipuli Music Review

Kuttipuli Music Review
Village Theatres
Sasikumar, Lakshmi Menon
Music Review
Monday, May 27, 2013 • Tamil Comments

Sasikumar and Lakshmi menon are reprising their chemistry from in Kutipulli, the movie is produced by Village pictures and distributed by Red Giants. Muthiah is directing this female centric flick, and Ghibran croons the music. Apart from the four songs, there are also a few Karaoke numbers.

Singers: Kaushiki Chakrabarthy, Padmalatha
Lyrics: Ekadesi

The pick of this entire album, the serene vocal chords from the singers give a harmonious feeling. The intentions of the song's lyrics are evident with the title itself, a violent dude and a lover. The songs vibrancy paces up in the middle around the charanam, with the female deliverance at its best. The instrumentation is phenomenal and Kaushiki's attitude changes in bits. Overall great team work with some positive results.
Kaathu Kaathu
Singers: Gold Devaraj
Lyrics: Vairamuthu

A complete folk song and the visuals should justify the genre very much. Ghibran in his previous Vaagai Sooda Vaa gave us some interesting folk numbers with perennial flavors of music. Now this song has Gold Nataraj lending his native connected voice that has the vibrations of the town and the culture as portrayed by Ekadesi. The electronic marriage of vocals and instrumentation seem to have paved off well in this song too.
Aatha Un Selai
Singers: Sundar Narayana Rao
Lyrics: Vairamuthu

Well, here comes the sober pain stacked up song, the lyrics by Vairamuthu indicate the pain of loss heavily. As it requires the song to have an emotional connect, Sundar Narayana Rao who is known to have given so many peppy numbers has done the job well. The sad milieu is composed with a lot of mellow orchestration to fulfill the effect. The composition is spot on with some mettle realism in the middle, however fizzes out at places. Overall the song is a decent attempt.
Thaattiyare Thattiyare
Singers: Gold Devaraj
Lyrics: Mohan Raj

The song is already doing rounds with TV campaigns and promo's. A challenging task for Ghibran, as it is a song that has the vibrant stance for a ceremony. The usual village centric kind song with Gold Devaraj's vocal endurance just makes it there. Covering the culture and the boldness with some unique instrumentation the song delivers what its expected.
Verdict:  A subtle and a decent attempt from Ghibran,

Stars : 2.5/5