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Mangaatha – Music Review

Written by: By: Prakash Upadhyaya
 
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Having created a huge hype surrounding its audio, the music album of Mangaatha was finally released yesterday. As it is Ajith Kumar's 50th film, the expectations of the audience were obviously sky high. Now, let us see what Yuvan Shankar Raja has offered them. Read on for Mangaatha music review.

Vilaiyaadu Mankatha
Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Ranjith, Sucharitha, Anita, Premgi Amaren
Lyrics: Gangai Amaran, Sucharitha (Hindi), Yuvan Shankar Raja (English)
The song does not need introduction, as it has already become a hit. The soundtrack, which was released in May, is rich in instruments and coupled with some interesting lines. Yuvan's music has gelled well with the the renditions of the singers. One cannot stop praising the roaring laugh of Premgi Amaren in the end.

Nee Naan
Singers: SPB Charan, Bhavatharini
Lyrics: Niranjan Bharathi
'Nee naan...' is a melody track, which is crooned by SPB Charan and Bhavatharini for which Niranjan Bharathi has penned the lyrics. Yuvan Shankar Raja seems to have inspired by his father Ilayaraja's works, when it comes to romantic track, as we can clearly witness the maestro's style of music in the track. The song would attract the masses, when seen on-screen.

Vaada Bin Laada
Singers: Krish, Suchitra
Lyrics: Vaali
The song can be labelled as an Indo-Western track, which needs just one hearing before you see yourself humming the lines of the number. Krish and Suchitra's make it more interesting by shifting to low and high pitches constantly. It is a remix of yesteryear famous item songs. Vaali should be praised for penning funky lyrics.

Machi Open the Bottle
Singers: Haricharan, Mano, Naveen, Premji, Tippu
Lyrics: Vaali
Director Venkat Prabhu is believed to have suggested Yuvan to tune a number similar to 'Saroja saamaan nikalo...' from Chennai 600028. Well, as the introductory lines say, it is an out and out mass number. Premji once again gets the opportunity to steal the show with the line 'Machi open the bottle...'. Surely, it will make the audience to shake their legs.

Nanbane
Singers: Madhushree, Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics: Vaali
Here comes the pick of the melody track of Mangaatha. One could not have expected more than this from Madhushree and Yuvan. It is an instant hit and it will surely find place in the hearts of female audience and youths. Thanks for Vaali for giving wonderful lyrics. The soundtrack is as sweet as honey!

Balle Lakka
Singers:
Karthik, Vijay Yesudas, Anusha Dhayanidhi
Lyrics: Gangai Amaran
The impact of Rajinikanth's Balle lakka...' song on mass is still fresh in the minds of Tamilians. Well, the latest track seems to have taken inspiration by Sivaji's superhit song. However, it is tuned and penned entirely different manner. The highlight of it is that Anusha Dhayanidhi is making her debut as a singer. Well, we need quite a few hearing before it comes on your lips.

Vilayadu Mankatha (Extended Dance Mix)
Singers: Anitha, Premgi Amaren, Ranjith, Suchitra, Yuvan Shankar Raja
Lyrics: Gangai Amaran, Sucharitha (Hindi), Yuvan Shankar Raja (English)
The lines -'Drinking too much .... smoking too much weeeeeed..I got ma head twisted round all over me!' - will undoubtedly makes you to shake a leg or two. It is an remix version of the earlier song.

Verdict:
Mangaatha is a wonderful album targeted towards youth and mass. It also has some interesting melodies tracks and highly octane songs. Yuvan Shankar Raja has done magic again! The best songs are the title song, 'Neen naan...', 'Vaada bin laada...' and 'Nanbane...'.

Topics: mangaatha, ajith kumar, venkat prabhu, arjun sarja, trisha krishnan, tamil music review, prakash upadhyaya

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