I Tamil Movie Music Review

I Tamil Movie Music Review
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  • Aascar Films
  • Cast
  • Vikram,Amy Jackson
  • Direction
  • Shankar
  • Music
  • AR Rahman
  • Photography
  • PC Sreeram

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I - Appeals to the global music lovers

Nothing stops you from turning irresistible when there is AR Rahman and Shankar onboard. Churning out the best albums over the years that have been a standout on the international paradigm that includes the previous entertainer of ‘Enthiran’, they’re back with ‘I’ that was earlier tilted as ‘Ai’. Starring Vikram and Amy Jackson in lead roles, the film has lyrics penned by Madhan Karky and Kabilan. The seven tracks have some newness embellished and here’s an exclusive music review of ‘I’, the much awaited album of this year.


Singers: Anirudh Ravichander, Neeti Mohan

Lyrics: Kabilan

For the past couple of days much prior to the official launch, the song has been carrying forth the magical waves online. Beyond musical composition and creative sound mixing, the intelligence of Rahman on picking Anirudh to  croon the song makes it more enhanced. The song is sure to go on repeat mode. The lyrics by Kabilan are so local, but it gains an international touch with Rahman’s composition.

Ennodu Nee Irundhaal

Singers: Sid Sriram, Sunitha Sarathy

Lyrics: Kabilan

The song wows you with a heart-melting melody and that’s a perfect orchestration by AR Rahman. Sid Sriram delivers a punch of ne plus ultra performance touching the high-pitch octave at an ease and he eclipses his very own record of ‘Adiye’ from Kadal. Sunitha Sarathy has a minimal portion and yet sweeps with a clean attraction. It sounds like Rahman has given complete freedom to Kabilan to express his poetic lyrics.


Singers: Nikita Gandhi

Lyrics: Karky

Most of the lyrics go diminished with the heavy punch of music, but this track is appropriate with justifications as it happens to be an item number or the solo performance of Amy Jackson that boasts about the beauty of a leading woman. Nikita Gandhi is the showstopper here with a bold and sassy voice.

Pookkalae Sattru Oyivedungal

Singers: Haricharan & Shreya Ghoshal

Lyrics: Karky

The song starts off with a mild work on guitar followed by Haricharan taking off with his sustainable vocalism and Shreya Ghoshal makes her entry during the interludes with a classical vocal followed by her portions during the second verse. The term ‘I’ implied as love, beauty and God and have used as instances in many parts. Compared to other songs, it sounds like Karky has exerted good effort into the track.

Aila Aila

Singers: Aditya Rao & Natalie Di Luccio

Lyrics: Karky

It sounds like the Be(a)st song that were promoted with the posters and the singers – Aditya Rao and Natlalie Di Luccio throw up a heavy voice that is not an easy job for any singer trying to mimic them. The sound mixing and rhythmic appeal are the other major pluses in the song.

Ennodu Nee Irundhaal (Reprise)

Singers: Sid Sriram, Chinmayi

Lyrics: Kabilan

If you observe the musical backdrop of this song, you’ll get the slow version of female vocal of what you heard in the first look motion teaser of ‘I’. The reprise version is the zone of Chinmayi to deliver her mellisonant voice and yes, she rules your minutes with this song. Sid Sriram has few portions much alike Sunitha Sarathy in other version, but makes it sound with neat panache.

Mersalaayitten (Remix)

Singers: Anirudh Ravichander, Neeti Mohan

Lyrics: Kabilan

The album closes with the remix version of Mersalaayitten, which is sure to make a huge roar on the party floors. The song has same version as other and makes a difference with some heavy pumping sound mix in the backdrops.

On the whole, AR Rahman gratifies the expectations of his fans with a greater appeal and almost all the songs make an impressive spell. With Shankar brand tagged to the album, we can be sure that the songs are going to have a great visual significance.

Verdict : Appeals to the global music lovers

Stars : 3.5/5

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