- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, Fahadh Faasil
- Music: Anirudh
- Lyrics: Kamal Haasan, Vishnu Edavan, Heisenberg
- Director: Lokesh Kanagaraj
- Production: Raaj Kamal Films International
Vikram Songs Review
Anirudh presents a stylish album packed with numbers that will boost up the action-packed film!
Vikram - The Title Track
Once upon a time
Pathala Pathala: Singer – Kamal Haasan 👍
Anirudh launches a beat which takes us back to Kamal’s heydays in the form of Kandasamya Madasamya and Alwarpetta Aaluda, but it is Kamal himself who bags all the fame here thanks to his amazing rendition which is on the mark from the word go. The local lyrics are the icing on the cake, as it is so good to see the veteran bring back his superb slang and make this a song that is worth multiple repeats.
Vikram – The Title Track: Singer – Anirudh 👍
The song which has been giving us goosebumps right from the beginning, the title track of Vikram is something that brings back the epic ‘Vikram’ chant in style. The film will definitely benefit big out of this track that is stylishly composed and sung by Anirudh.
Wasted: Singer – Anirudh
This is another really cool track in the album which has Anirudh singing in a different style. The lyrics by Heisenberg (Lokesh himself?) are smartly placed with many references to alcohol and life in itself. Having the lines completely in English makes this track stand out from the rest.
Porkanda Singam: Singer – Ravi G 👍
Ravi G, who blew everybody’s minds with his superb rendition for Naan Pizhai, is back to sing this emotional track that focuses on the cries of a father for his son’s demise. The lyrics do give away a part of the story but that’s okay, as the song is worth hearing for those who are looking for a different track in the album which is more of emotion than energy.
Once upon a time: Singer – Anirudh
Anirudh returns to the mic for this track which was the background score of the trailer, and it is another stylishly laden composition to amp up the proceedings of the film.
Vikram is packed with more of energetic tracks that would be a feast on screen. Unlike their earlier collaboration for Master, the soundtrack of Vikram is lesser inclined to music and has more of background songs which would bear fruit only in the film. Anirudh once again delivers a film-centric album with good hit value, proving his mettle further.
Vikram Songs Review by Siddarth Srinivas