Varisu Songs Review
- Cast: Thalapathy Vijay, Rashmika Mandanna
- Music: Thaman
- Lyrics: Vivek
- Director: Vamshi Paidipally
- Producer: Raju, Shirish
- Audio Label: T Series
Varisu Songs Review
A lively, energetic album from Thaman packed with enjoyable songs!
Soul of Varisu
Ranjithame: Singers – Vijay, Manasi MM 👍
A solid start to the album with a superb duet dance number, one that was missing from the recent Vijay albums. Thaman gets a cool tune adapted into a usual beat of his, that makes it very likeable to the ears on the very first listen. Thalapathy Vijay’s vocals are superbly done here, but it is really MM Manasi who takes away all the attention especially in the final one minute of the song. A winner on the whole!
Thee Thalapathy: Singers – Silambarasan TR 👍
Silambarasan TR is easily the show stealer of the song, where he pulls in all the energy with his powerful voice. The song is so interestingly designed with smashing orchestrations and EDM beats which help it through with elan. Thaman keeps sure that he continues to bring in the surprises in terms of his music, one by one, and the high hook is done so well. On the whole, this is my personal favorite of the album and a complete winner.
Soul of Varisu: Singer – KS Chitra
Soul of Varisu is easily the most melodious and emotional number of the album, sung beautifully by KS Chithra. The song has a lullaby-like lyric that is relatable for sure, and no wonder, it is a favorite of the team.
Jimikki Ponnu: Singers – Anirudh, Jonita Gandhi 👍
A typical Thaman hit that comes with a very catchy hook and super cool vocals. Anirudh totally lends in his lovable voice in the best way possible, and Jonita offers superb support. The song flies higher and higher with repeated listens, and is a vibe of sorts.
Vaa Thalaivaa: Singers – Shankar Mahadevan, Karthik, Arvindh Srinivasan
The track in the album which isn’t an instant winner at first, and it is a different kind of opening number for Vijay with motivational lyrics throughout. Shankar Mahadevan’s powerful vocals have a lot to bring to the song, but it is really the drum setup being the highlight.
Varisu brings a set of enjoyable tunes from Thaman, which shine with energy and Thalapathy references throughout. The songs are enjoyable for sure, in Thaman’s zone even though some would feel that they could have been even better. For now, this is a punchy album that will light up even more with the visuals! Varisu Songs Review by Siddarth Srinivas