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Rameshwaram Music Review

Rameshwaram Music Review
Jeeva, Bhavana, Lal, Bose Venkat, Manivannan, Sampath, Lakshana, Vennira Adai Nirmala, Karunas
S Selvam
S N Raja
A right mix of melody
Tuesday, November 20, 2007 • Tamil Comments

'Rameshwaram', starring Jeeva and Bhavana, is a movie that narrates the tale of a young refugee, who reaches the Indian shores affected by the ethnic strife in Sri Lanka.

Young Niru has come up with tunes which are soul-stirring and sure to stick to the hearts of the listeners. Sure to evoke the right emotions in the listeners, the orchestration and soft beats coupled with thoughtful lyrics work out well for the song.

Kabilan, Yuga Bharathy and Na Muthukumar's lyrics take the songs to a different league. Niru, who began with a bang in `Kalabha Kadhalan', seems to continue the good work with `Rameshwaram'.

To sum up, the young Niru promises a lot. He is sure to go places.

Alaigallin Osai (Haricharan, Kalyani)

Haricharan, who has made a mark for himself singing soft melodies in the recent past, has rendered the number in the company of Kalyani. It is a soft melody which begins with the good use of wind instrument.

Kabilan's lyrics are appropriate. It describes the plight of refugee who is struck in romance.

A song sure to top audio charts.

Elorayum Ethipoga (Haricharan, Manicka Vinayagam, Reshmi, Suriya)

It is a song which is already a hit among the Lankan refugees across the world. It is a mixture of good music, poignant lyrics, and right voices coming together to create a deep feeling.

It is a mix of melody and racy beats. It begins on a soft note only to take speed as it progresses.  The lyrics ably describe the mindset of refugees, who leave their homeland for their survival.

Naan Tharai Nila (Swetha Mohan)

It is a gentle pathos. Swetha Mohan has done the job well. It has catchy lyrics and mild music accompanying it. Na Muthukumar's lyrics deserve a pat as he describes the desires and needs of a woman.

Netirunthom Engal (O S Arun)

A noted Classical singer O.S. Arun has crooned for the number which describes the life of refugees. Arun's high-pitched renditions deserve a pat. It is a soft pathos on the refugees, who dread their future. Here too, Na Muthukumar's lyrics deserve special appreciation.

Yaedho Senja (Chinmayi, Ranjith)

A song, aimed at mass appeal with peppy beats and catchy musical score. Niru has managed to render a foot-tapping number which is racy and brisk. Chinmayi in the company of Ranjith gives the songs its life. The song sticks to our hearts instantly.

Verdict: Don't miss it.