Cast: Surya, Amala Paul
Music: Arrol Corelli
Lyrics: Na Muthukumar, Karky, Yugabharathi
The best track from the album! ‘Kaatukulla’ has a jazzy tinge to it and is on the lines of ‘Bum Bum Bole’ from ‘Taare Zameen Par’. The pianos play it well along with the saxophones. There’s a quirky undercurrent throughout the entire track. Quirky is the word!
Pookalai Killi Vandhu
Singer: Yazin Nizar
‘Pookalai’ is completely a situational track where Correli delivers a simple rhythmic tune backed by just chord cues & guitar strumming in the interludes. The dynamics has been reduced and more emphasis has been given for sticking onto the situation that the movie demands.
Singers: Yazhini, AL Srikanth
‘Chota Bheem’ plays out as some sort of kid’s introduction song. With lyrics written to target the kids by consisting the names of cartoon shows, the singing keeps the song ear pleasing. Fans of Ajith & Surya – there’s a scream factor for you in this song!
‘Tham Tham’ is a track that has a hoppy tune which is rendered effectively by Anand. The extensive use of violins accompanying the rendition is so endearing to listen to. A track that could churn out neat montage visuals!
Pasanga 2 Theme
The instrumental theme music plays out to Correli’s strength – the string sections do sound great and the track plays out to a lengthier duration than most theme music tracks. Must have a big role to play as a rerecording piece.
On the whole, Arrol Correli follows up Pisasu with yet another impressive outing in ‘Pasanga 2’. The entire album is pleasant, feel-good & caters to the needs of the movie.
Picks from the album: Kaatukulla,Tham Tham
Album Verdict: Correlli keeps it soft & pleasant!
Album Rating: 3/5