Sarvam Thaala Mayam Music Review

Sarvam Thaala Mayam Music Review
Sarvam Thaala Mayam Music Review

Life is beautified when experiencing rhythm and music within every being. Filmmaker Rajiv Menon is back after a hiatus of 16 years along with AR Rahman in ‘Sarvam Thalam Mayam. With Kandukondein Kandukondein standing out to be one of the highly sold albums in AR Rahman’s career that is preceded by Minsara Kanavu, the duo comes up with a full-fledged musical album.  The film features GV Prakash and Aparna Balamurali in lead roles with Nedumudi Venu, Vineeth, Divyadarshini and many more prominent actors in the star-cast. Kollybuzz brings you a vivid analysis of Sarvam Thaala Mayam Music Review.

Sarvam Thaala Mayam
Singers: Haricharan, Arjun Chandy
Lyrics: Madan Karky

There’s a splendid part in the song with different layers you experience by the first 40 seconds. The percussions that get added up as fusion in accordance to the fill-ins are actual adornments. For the first few times, the lyrical prominence and intonating clarity of singers might not be audible as instrumentals capture our interests initially. But outstanding lyrical lines of Madan Karky and the way Haricharan has rendered it capture our senses sooner. One thing must be definitely appreciated about the song. During this juncture, where the lyrics are turning to be too much colloquial, Madan Karky deserves appreciations for bringing the exquisite essence of Tamil.

Maya Maya
Singer – Chinmayi Sripada
Lyrics – NA Muthukumar

A mesmerizing serenity endued through guitars and flute, which is far more ornamented through the blissful rendition of Chinmayi. Firstly, it’s been a long time, we got to hear a soulful love song from a girl’s perspective and this one is splendidly amazing. The same rhythmic pattern with mildness is experienced throughout the song. The songs like ‘En Mel Vizhundha Malai Thuliye’, ‘Netru Aval Irundhaal’ and few other tracks of this slow paced genre have always been evergreen classical hits. AR Rahman encompasses sublime music keeping it low giving more prominence to the vocalism. Of course, the icing of cake is Late lyricist Na. Muthukumar’s poetic lines. The lyrics don’t get too much off Chaste Tamil, but balances well with contemporary touch too.