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Ivan Veramathiri is director Saravanan’s follow up to Engeyum Eppodhum. The film stars Vikram Prabhu and newcomer Surabhi in the lead. Music is by C.Sathya.
The best song of the album comes in the shape of a beautiful melody composed in Madhyamavati and sung with conviction by Madhushree. The track has almost everything going right about it. It begins well with a bit of a tease and then grows into something that’s mostly fulfilling, be it in terms of singing or orchestration.
A rather playful tune which assumes different textures and the track does demand a few listens to get accustomed to the progression and changes. Rita’s singing and the rhythm section in particular stand out as the highlights and the song could have used a few more such highlights.
This sad song based on Keeravani/Natabhairavi (Harmonic Minor in Western Classical) scale is soft in instrumentation but heavy on emotions. The minimalistic approach gives room for a fine vocal performance and the strings build up steadily but in strength and its intensity is backed by the vocalists.
A light hearted and peppy folk based tune which is driven by a strong rhythm section and the overall arrangement is quite impressive too. Composer Sathya takes the responsibility of delivering the vocals for this one and he hits the target.
The album closer is a short heart rendered composition that’s backed well lyrically and sung effectively by Balram.
Usually, the rise of a common man against evil always results in violence and the immediate formation of an overnight leader. But our common man, played by Vikram Prabhu, is well read, comes from a decent middle class family, is currently job hunting and prefers to use brains over brawn when he has to handle a situation.
This common man is aware of the repercussions he might have to face for his actions and therefore always operates alone and in disguise. This is the story of an intelligent common man, someone you seldom see in society but are aware of his existence.
A barbaric act in a law college provoked by a local minister makes headlines which catch the attention of our hero, Guna, who at first hardly pays any attention and instead laughs at the comments posted on the video from the incident on his friend’s Facebook wall.