Vedi – Tamil Music ReviewPosted by Anandhan Subbiah on Sep 30, 2011 in Featured, Movies, Music • No comments
Vedi (Tamil: வெடி; English: Cracker) is an upcoming Tamil-language action film directed by Prabhu Deva featuring Vishal and Sameera Reddy in the lead roles. The film, which is a remake of the successful 2008 Telugu film Souryam, is expected to release on October 2011.
Enna Aachi(Vijay Yesudas, Janaki Iyer)
This is one of the best songs of the album and I will even go one step further and include it in top songs of 2011. Thamari has created amazing lyrics which is not at all surprising. Janaki Iyer has a haunting voice and Vijay Yesudas reminds us again that he is one of the best singers in the tamil music industry. Typically these kind of songs sound better on the screen and I am sure Sameera will scorch the screen but I am not sure I can say the same thing about rugged Vishal. For starters he can probably remove the stupid adjective he uses ! I would buy the album just for this song. Kudos to Vijay Antony for creating a master piece !
Ichu Ichu(Vijay Antony, Sangeetha Rajeshwaran )
This is a fun filled folk song which would have sounded a lot better if not for the lead singer , the music director himself. I can’t imagine any lead actor crooning to Vijay Antony’s voice so it will be fun to watch Vishal dance to this. The rhythm is definitely infectious though !!
Ippadi ( Karthik , Saindhavi)
This song reminds me of an earlier composition from Rahman for the movie Ratchagan. The awesome singer trio of Karthik and Saindhavi elevate the song. Even though this piece won’t blow you away , it is still worth listening to. The music arrangements compliment the song very well.
Kadhalikka (Emcee Jesz, Naresh Iyer, Andrea Jeremiah, Rap Vocals Sharmila )
This is an above average Rap song. The tunes is breezy and the guitar piece is something Vijay can be proud of. Naresh and jeremiah do a great job supporting Emcee.
Bombay Ponnu (Mamta Sharma, MLR. Karthikeyan, Senthildas )
Vijay has managed to rope in Mamta Sharma from the item song in Dabaang. Mamta definitely has a husky voice which goes well with this genre.
This is a very decent album worth listening to. There is nothing outstanding about this album , which might go against the composer.I think it got lost with the big movies from Harris and G.V Prakash.