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Naga Chaitanya’s Premam Movie Music Review Out!
While the audio of ‘Premam’ is awaited to be released on August 24, here we bring you a review of ‘Evarey’. Rendered by Vijay Yesudas and music-directed by Rajesh Murugesan, it’s written by Sree Mani. Catch our review. Artist of this film is Vijay and Lyricist is Sree Mani Yesudas
For a film titled as ‘Premam’, this one comes with the right ingredients. From vocals that spell meaning, to lyrics that bring out the the lover boy’s heartfelt emotions with accuracy, to a musical score that presents the old-world charm, the song is everything of these.
Sree Mani’s lines come with a familiar poetry largely, but they also throw up high-brow poetry here and there: ‘Evarey ee hayiki hrudayamu chalandi’ takes the cake. The lover boy is unable to contain the mirth within the confines of his heart. Another line is an all-time high. ‘Aa dhaivamey naaku cheppindi epudo, nee chinni chirunavvey viluvaina varamantoo’ (The Divine told me ages ago that your smile is an invaluable boon), is a masterstroke.
Vijay Yesudas’s mature vocals and the perfection are sure to mesmerize the discerning. A sense of deja vu is expected, given the style of Rajesh’s musical score as well as the singer on the board. A soothing melody high on lyrical value, this one is in the mould of the old-school romantic.