Rahman strikes back with a foot tapping number again. Blaaze’s English rapping and Viviane Chaix’s French Lyrics add ice on the sugar cube. “il faut que je me depeche parce qu’on m’attend au chennai il faut que j’aille prendre le taxi à Paris”. I wonder how Rahman can add a French Lyrics to a Tamil song. He has added Arabic Lyrics in “Khalbali”, English Lyrics for most of his songs and I think this is the first time he has tried out French. Any how it has come out well and goes along with the song. Benny dayal’s sounds suits very much for the song. Its my second favorite song in the album. Jodha akbar fame Javed Ali has also sung in this song. I’ll not wonder if I hear people singing this song outside Railway station or Airport, calling for a Taxi. A Very good number.
Ahh Goosebumps. My favorite !! Song begins with heavy beats. This song is soo soothing and I fell love with it, when I first hear it. Madhusree’s voice is creating magic all over in the song. If you are looking for a love anthem after “Munbe Vaa”, then here is the next gift from Rahman. Do you remember Rahmans “Yelelo” humming in Roja ? That’s it. Did it create Goosebumps to you ? Then this song will also do the same. Now My Ipod is counting this song as 220th time and it will keep on counting. Its a must hear song. Go ahead, buy this CD. This song is worth for your money.
No, don’t worry this Rahman’s remake from Meenaxi is not bad. Rather, it’s an excellent mixture of western beats fused together with Benny Dayals voice . As odd as it may sound, Rahman once again weaves his magical touch all over this one to create another chart-busting hit. This piece is initiated by one of Rahman’s favorite instruments, the flute. He then leads the pan flute to blend into the opening line “Chinnamma Chilakkamma” and here on out begins a simply awesome number. The line Chinnamma Chilakkamma is so catchy that you’ll be tapping your feet before you even know it! The heavy drumming coped together with some of Rahman’s signature electrical beats back up the western aspect of the song, while the traditional flute and percussions, along with the lyrics of Chinnamma Chilakkamma. Not good as Hindi, but the song sounds cool.
Unnale Unaale fame Krish makes an entry for Rahman. Naresh and Krish’s combined effort in the song creates a youthful blend to the song. The song has a Roobaro touch all over. You might not love the song, when you first hear it. But slowly it can catch your ears. Violins in the backgrounds is excellent. Another foot tapping number in the album. I guess director Kalai Prabhu, shoots this song with complete justice. Rahmaniacs will love it. Rest will like it.
The song starts off on a beautiful note and never lets down. The beautiful note is the voice Reena Bharadwaj. Her rendition of the entire track is superb. Speaking of perfect, A R Rahman simply amazes! The way he builds the beat of a tabla-like drum throughout the entire song is uncanny and sets a pace at which Reena sings with ease. Just when you think that it can’t get any better, the Genius adds the sound of flowing water to accompany Reena Bharadwaj, creating the most peaceful effect. Lyrically, Pa Vijay pens some very meaningful lines. An interesting tid-bit to add to the Original number [ Yeh rishta ~ Meenaxi ] is that Rahman requested Reena to give an audition in his studio apartment in London and ended up recording the scratch version in his kitchen! That’s Mr. Rahman for you…doesn’t get his nutrition from food, but from his music!
I Miss You Da
I am not sure I will miss this song . Some may like it. Some will leave it. Its an average number. Yali strongly believes that it is a cool song. But I have to listen more before coming to a conclusion. Any how Chinmayee’s husky voice as she whispers romantic-nothings is cute. Indai Haza’s strong voice suits the song. Now are you wondering who is Indai Haza. Dont waste your time Googling. Its Chinmayee only. Chinmaye’ s Ego name. Sounds cool ne ? I was searching in ARR Yahoo groups who is Indai Haza. Some said that its a Malaysian Singer. Thanks for Gops. He just clarified it.