| : Yuvan Shankar
: Pa. Vijay & Viveka
: Sundar. C
: Classic audio
C’s movies usually have average songs with Arabian and Spanish
style of music. Even Yuvan and Sundar C’s previous films
like “Unakkagaa Ellam Unakagaa” and “Rishi” had such songs following
the trend set by Sirpi in “Ullathai Allithaa”. But here
in “Winner”, Yuvan and Sundar C combo has worked out well and
we get a lot of surprises.
by Devan is a catchy, western style, dance number with foot
tapping refreshing beats. Pa. Vijay has written the song,
targetting the youth, with words like ‘babes, SMS, internet’ etc.
Devan’s carefree voice with U.S accent is the perfect choice
for this song. It’s sure to hit the charts.
“Endhan Uyir” by Udit narayanan is an
enchanting composition. Though Udit’s tamil is injurious
to our ears, the beautiful BGM and percussions save the song.
Though it is slow paced, it is sure to attract the younger generation
by the catchy rhythm. This song would have been the pick
of this album, if only someone other than Udit had sung it. “Mathaapoo”
by Tippu, Premji, Sri Ranjani is a dance number to be picturised
in a marriage function sequence with herds of people let loose
their feet. And again, Yuvan has proved his wrong choice
of female vocals in this song.
murai” by Srinivas and Mahalakshmi Iyer is a wonderful melody
and such a beautiful song features as an unexpected surprise gift
to melody lovers. Though rhythm reminds us of “Thulli thulli”
song from “Unakkagaa Ellam Unakkaaga”, the song is hauntingly
composed with beautiful guitar pieces. Pa.Vijay has given
wonderful lyrics with lot of love feelings.
by Harish Ragavendra is again a beautiful melody number which
is highly addictive. Yuvan has concentrated on the BGM and
the class compositions are the outcome. This song will hit
the charts though Pa. Vijay’s lyrics are illogical at places,
like the lover asking the lady love, where she was, when he was
born?. Doesn’t it imply that she is elder to him? Lyrics
in second charanam humiliates the males by depicting the lover
to be totally dependent on her and disturbed by her smile, movement
by Udit and Prashanthi starts with the music which makes the
listener think it’s going to be a melody and suddenly pucca ‘dappanguthu’
song sets in. It is for the front row occupants and Yuvan
has used flute innovatively for a dappanguthu song.
it is an above average album with a mixture of western, folk,
dappanguthu and melody numbers. Though it is released without
any publicity, it is sure to create some ripples. The recording
and tape quality is also notably good and Yuvan is fast becoming
a commercial hit giving music director.