Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review Hiphop Tamizha
Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review

Imaikkaa Nodigal is an edge-seated thriller, which is about a cop’s nerve-wracking combat with a psycho serial killer. Ajay Gnanamuthu is directing this film featuring Nayanthara, Atharvaa Murali, Raashi Khanna and Anurag Kashyap in lead roles. Vijay Sethupathi will be appearing in a cameo role. Hiphop Tamizha is composing music for this film, which has 5 tracks including a signature theme. Nayanthara plays a cop in this film, who is on the mission of hunting down a serial killer. Check out below for the exclusive Imaikkaa Nodigal Music Review from Kolly Buzz.


Singers: Hiphop Tamizha and Kaushik Krish.

This can be regarded as a prototyped spell from Hiphop Tamizha, who has gained mastery in composing such genres. When we say ‘Genre’, it’s about the pulse of youth, where the lyrical compositions are colloquial and the same instrumental tune is used over and again. In particular, the vocals by Aadhi and Kaushik Krish add up more flavours to this styled number. Although, not a favourite pick for fervent music lovers, this will go well with the youth groups.

Vilambara Idaiveli

Singers: Srinisha Jayaseelan, Sudharshan Ashok & Christopher Stanley

What are so intriguing about the song is the musical components. Of course, the well composed vocalisms for Srinisha Jayaseelan, Sudharshan Ashok and Christopher Stanley. The song has its own feel of fusion, which evokes instant interest among the listeners. The combination of western percussions on the rhythmic accompaniment blended with Nathaswaram brings up a decent package.

Neeyum Naanum Anbe
Singers: Raghu Dixit, Sathyaprakash D & Jithin Raj
The song encompasses equal importance for the clarity of singers and lyrics along with a decorous graph of instrumentals too. This is something slightly different from the usual style from music director. Although, it doesn’t impress us instantly, the song will have its own effect gradually in accordance to time.
Kadhal Oru Aagayam
Singers: Tee-Jay & Al Rufian
Significantly, the mildness can be experience in major portions of the song… Significantly, it is amalgamated with instruments that doesn’t miss to give it a good feel. Incisively, the lyrical lines become more attractive as they endorse the melancholy embedded with beauty of love. More than all, Tee-Jay and Al Rufian offer their best of toast running easily through different octaves.
Lion vs. Hyenas
Singer: Magizh Thirumeni
Interestingly, this is a voice based track and is not something new to the music director. Earlier, he had attempted similarly in his Chartbuster album Thani Oruvan. The tracks involving Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swami was extraordinary. Whoever made the decision to have filmmaker Magizh Thirumeni dub for Anurag Kashyap deserves special mention for their cognizance. Well, this track is really stunning and it even evokes a kind of eeriness. Such is the output we get from Magizh Thirumeni.
Rudra’s Symphony
It looks like the musical composing for the antagonist’s portions should have demanded more efforts. Apparently, Rudra’s Symphony is a sample of this instance and it’s done extremely powerful with violins, cellos and so on. It enhances the villainous appeal to a greater extent.
Absolutely, Imaikkaa Nodigal music has some best picks from Hiphop Tamizha. Especially, the last couple of tracks are stunningly best. While the melodious numbers might take some time to brew up, ‘Kadhalikathey’ would impress the ones in love with the music director’s local flavour. It looks like all actors have equal share of songs including Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi as well.