Vishwaroopam 2 Music Review
When a musical album arrives from Kamal Haasan’s store, it comes bundled with lots of phenomenal experiments. Of course, it isn’t just about experiments, unbelievably exceeding innovations… Evidently, Kamal Haasan’s previous collaborations with music director Ghibran in Thoonga Vanam, Papanasam and Uthama Villain have proved it. After a long wait and expectations peaking, the duo strikes back now. Check out for our exclusive Vishwaroopam 2 Music Review.
Singers: Kamal Haasan, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Master Karthik Suresh Iyer
Lyricist: Kamal Haasan
Wow! In the first 13 seconds, you’re taken for a nostalgic journey of ‘Unnai Kaanadha’ from first part. But then, the instrumentals over the preludes take over. Ghibran is someone, who always gives more prominence to rhythmic panorama. Just listen to that layer that comes well engraved with fill-ins. The orchestral cellos, santoor and the chord works in slow strings. Just a second! If you’re bounded to analysing this song, it would take minimum dozen times to mention about all the ingredients. Listen to the magnitude of percussions used. The vocalisms are magical, where Master Karthik Suresh Iyer brings out impeccable feel of the adorable lyrics. Of course, Kamal Haasan and Kaushiki Chakraborty immensely captivate us. The minute works in violins are beautifully showcased.
Kamal Haasan’s lyrical lines brings an eye-moistening experience. Need a sample? Listen to the one by the end ‘Inaiyae Illa Thiruthalam” while acclaiming the motherhood. ‘A Flawless Pilgrim place’. Just these two words unleashes more meanings.