Rattha Charithiram - Music Review

Cast: Suriya, Vivek Oberoi, Priyamani, Shatrughan Sinha, Sasi, Sudeep
Direction: Ram Gopal Varma
Production: Ram Gopal Varma
Music: Mani Sharma
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The albums begins with a bloodshed title song 'Saathanin Soodhattam' rendered by Tippu. This song gives us a hint about the violence in the film and raises questions of morality in society.

'Thuninju Vettuven' is more like a chase song with some English lyrics intersperesed. The lyrics talks about blood, death, murder and the hero's braveness. Abhishek Nailwal has rendered this rustic song

'Manidham Yendra', rendered by Ravishankar and chorus, is yet another violent song in the album. The lyrics depicts the war fought for years and politics!

'Kollada', a rustic number rendered by Tippu, has some interesting instrumentation in between; however, it is the lyrics that dominate. The song is about killing and defeating your enemy.

'Kathigalin' sung by Krishnaraj is the only slow song in the album. The Telugu version is sung by Ram Gopal Varma.

'Karma Dharma' is a sloka like song laced with many Sanskrit phrases. Aditi Paul and Vardhaan have rendered the song to near perfection.

Armaan Malik and Shreekumar have crooned the violent 'Aattam Aarambham', which is like a rhyme with some violent lyrics.

'Nagendra Haraya' is a fast beat number rendered by Manicka Vinayakam. The lyrics are unclear and the music dominates.

Manicka Vinayakam has sung the violent and rustic 'Thottale Unnai'. The album ends with the remixed version of 'Thuninju Vettuven' and 'Kollada' sung in chorus.


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