Bairavaa Tamil Movie Songs Review
The music of Vijay’s Bairavaa saw an unexpected release on Tuesday, December20. It was before expected to be uncovered on December 23, however the arrangements changed after the tunes from the film were inadvertently released on iTunes.
The Bairavaa album consists of five tracks and among the five, ‘Papa Papa’ and ‘Varlaam Varlaam Vaa’ have impressed audiences. Now let’s see the songs review individually.
1) Varlaam Varlaam Vaa
Tamil Rap A Verses: Arunraja Kamaraj English Rap A Verses: Roshan Jamrock
What seems to be the topic track of Bairavaa, Varlaam Vaa is yet another plume in the crown of Arunraja Kamaraj, who has been in the spree of conveying some captivating theme songs since Neruppu Da. Roshan Jamrock renders his part to flawlessness in this adrenaline driving composition.
2) Papa Papa
Singer: Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Priyadarshini Special Mention: Ananthu
A power-packed composition with the extreme utilization of tapes and over-driving guitar parts and riffs will make you move. Once more the bass guitar takes the tune to a radical new level.
Priyadarshini and Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s voice supplement the track and is the ideal measurements of excitement his fans require.
3) Azhagiya Soodana Poovey
Singer: Vijaynarain, Dharshana Kt
The ideal Santhosh Narayanan composition, Azhagiya Soodana Poovey has the components to enchant. A crazy track with a blend of EDM components, bolstered by Napier Peter’s brilliant bass playing, is the significant highlight, while the Jazz-based Saxophone and Violin give an exceptional tone to this fairly addictive experiment. Vijaynarain and Dharshana have rendered their parts in a significant way.
The composition which starts and goes with a connecting strings arrangements of action will probably be a windy romantic track. Haricharan, not surprisingly, makes his rendition sound easy. The solo violin break is impeccable and the guitar riffs convey the track beautifully.
5) Pattaya Kelappu
Special Mention on Backing Vocals: Benny Dayal
The composition is stacked with a cool tape beats with a striking rendition of Ananthu and a capable support of Benny Dayal. While the Nadhaswaram intermissions add a lovely detail to the song, Santhosh’s trademark utilization of synths adds another dimension to the track.
In general the track is good to go to be a flawless presentation melody, where one would perhaps observe Vijay charming the gathering of people with his moves.
Thus Bairavaa is a fun filled collection from Santhosh Narayanan however may not fulfill all!