Velaikkaran strain Iraiva: Anirudh Ravichander’s two-in-one strain is about adore and a lord

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Anirudh Ravichander’s latest strain from Iraiva does sound like dual songs joined into one. While a initial is a defence call to a Almighty, a second acknowledges a existence of love. The problem with Anirudh’s marks are that we don’t have anything to protest about during a same we don’t have most to marvel about. There is always a clarity of deja vu that accompanies his songs; a clarity of ‘why does this sound familiar’. But if we demeanour closely, they aren’t a same though opposite versions of his progressing songs. With Iraivaa, we get a feel of “Neeyum Naanum” during a symphonic territory while a carol has a amiable hold from Vivegam album, interjection to a grating guitars. However, that doesn’t make Iraiva a bad listen, it only isn’t jaw-dropping.

Iraiva’s lyrics, however, are fascinating. A call to a almighty, it describes a helplessness of a layman or Velaikkaran (worker) in this context. The verses for a partner are even some-more interesting. “Thoivuperum Kadhalil Aadambaram Pogalaam; Naan Virumbi Adaiyum Pon Silaiye, Siraiye” (In a adore that reaches a lull, a merriment in adore competence leave; You are a jail that we have reached voluntarily). In a cinematic universe that constantly romanticises love, in a acquire change a sacrifices a characters make are conveyed.

Helmed by Mohan Raja, Velaikkaran facilities Sivakarthikeyan and Nayanthara in lead roles. The film also has Fahaadh Faasil, his initial film in Tamil. Bankrolled by 24 studios, a film is set to recover on Dec 22.

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