Veeram, which will hit the screens for Pongal, is an action thriller directed by Siruthai Siva and produced by Vijaya Productions. Ajith Kumar, Tamanna Bhatia, Sanathanam, Vidharth, Bala, Munish, Suhail and others are in the cast.
Devi Sri Prasad has composed five tracks for Veeram for which Viveka has penned all the songs. Sagar, Shreya Ghoshal, Adnan Sami, Priyadarshini, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Magizhini Manimaaran, Anand, Koushik, Deepak and Jagadish have sung tracks for the album with the music director himself crooning one track from the flick. Read on for the music review of the album...
Song: Nallavannu Solvaanga
Singer(s): Devi Sri Prasad
Devi Sri Prasad himself has crooned the opening track 'Nallavannu Solvaanga'. The song teaser was released recently. As a result, listeners will instantly fall in love with the track. The track begins with English lines and gives a feel of Western song. It is the intro song of the Ajith Kumar along with his brothers played by Vidharth, Bala, Munish, and Suhail. Continue reading the music review on the slideshow...
Song: Thangamae Thangame
Singer(s): Adnan Sami and Priyadarshini
'Thangamae Thangame' is one of the most expected songs from Veeram album due to Adnan Sami. But it is a big let down by Devi Sri Prasad. The song doesn't make any impact on listeners. Nonetheless, there are some songs that sound good when seen with visuals.
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Song: Jing Chikka Jing Chikka
Singer(s): Pushpavanam Kuppusamy and Magizhini Manimaaran
Pushpavanam Kuppusamy and Magizhini Manimaaran have crooned the track. It is a faux folk that is targeted at rural audience. But native part is missing in the track and not a catchy number.
Singer(s): Anand, Koushik, Deepak and Jagadish.
Devi Sri Prasad comes out with perfect theme track as the song is highly energetic. It is an instant hit and Ajith Kumar fans could not have a better title track than this.
Overall, Devi Sri Prasad's music has turned out to be an average album. His Telugu influence could be seen in the tracks.
Our Picks: 'Nallavannu Solvaanga', 'Ival Dhaana' and the title track.