Written by Richard Mahesh Rajakumar
Following Kattradhu Tamizh and Thanga Meengal, director Ram collaborates with Yuvan Shankar Raja for the third time featuring lyrical lines by Late Na Muthukumar for ‘Taramani’, a film based on love story set against the backdrops of IT industry. The film features Vasanth Ravi and Andrea Jeremiah in lead roles with Anjali, Azhagam Perumal and many more in the important roles.
Yaaro Ucchikilai Meley
Singer: Yuvan Shankar Raja
The song speaks of a poignant love that goes into search of soul and the joy of obtaining it. This song could have been done slowly in tempo, but Yuvan Shankar Raja offers surprise with medium paced note and yet it has lots of prominence to the musical spell. Especially, we love the interludes and not to miss the touching lyrics of Late lyricist Na. Muthukumar.
Unn Badhil Vendi
Singers: Siddharth, Sruthi S
Siddarth offers a cool and naturalist flow of rendition, where he goes effortless yet smooth. The pain of a man over the departure of his soul mate and that’s embellishing the lyrical poetries of Na. Muthukumar. Over here Yuvan maintains mild instrumentals during the vocalism portions, but scores brownie points during interludes with the Carnatic tunes rendered by Sruthi S that comes as a fusion like impact.
Unnai Unnai Unnai
Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Sruthi S
The song starts off on a very mild note with fortepianos and whistles followed by a surprise voiceover by director Ram. Yuvan Shankar Raja and Sruthi S render a simple and soulful melody that will go deeply into your senses as a slow poison. This will surely get you possessed, especially with the visuals.
Kaadhal Oru Kattukkadhai
Singers: SuVi, Rita
English Rap Lyrics : SuVi
It looks like a girl on the verge of breakup breaks into loose of hell over a night in club. But it’s not the best in the album and it all sounds like a situational track.
Singer: Andrea Jeremiah
Additional Vocals: Priya Hemesh
Harmonies : Srivardhini, Priyadarshini, Surmukhi, Anitha
Andrea Jeremiah just leaves you speechless with the stunning vocalisms, where she just breathes her inmost emotions into pain of girl over the loss of her love. There are few funny moments in between the song, where Ram gives a voiceover of ‘Anti-Suicidal’ advertisement.
Singers: Mukesh, Senthildass, Yuvan Shankar Raja
A philosophical song ‘Paavangalai’ that springs out as a confession from everyone’s hearts that flows through the hearts and words. It looks it might get a best rendition over the visuals.
From The Bottom Of Our Hearts
A Dedication from Ram & Yuvan Shankar Raja
The album wraps up with the words from the heart of Ram and Yuvan Shankar Raja as homage to their lost friend – Na. Muthukumar, the lyricist who has offered them incessant hits and ever cherishing numbers.
On the whole, ‘Taramani’ is a musical expression of love and emotions that speaks from the hearts of both men and women. It will definitely get the best reception for the heart and soul lyrics of Na. Muthukumar with poignant music by Yuvan Shankar Raja.
- Taramani Music Review Ratings
Poetical strokes of Yuvan Shankar Raja and Na. Muthukumar leaves you imbibed in love and emotions.