Raja Rani songs : an in-depth analysis

Raja Rani
The songs of Raja Rani, starring Arya, Nayantara, Jai and Nazriya in lead roles, have already created a rage among fans, so here we bring you an in-depth analysis of the tracks.

Hey Baby
Singers: Aishwarya, G.V.Prakash Kumar, Gaana Bala
A transition that is so unbelievably unique it spins all through this song. The song which was part of the theatrical trailer, starts off as jazz, with saxophone blues seeping in. What is so unique about this song is that it transits to Gaana, intentionally. This has definitely worked for this song as the leisure pace of the first part, to the pop in the middle and gaana at the later half is a pleasant surprise!

Singers: Shakthisree Gopalan
Though the chorus is a toughie, the song is a folksy peppy number that anyone would love to sing along to. The strumming of the guitar makes it all worthwhile to listen to on a sunny weekday morning.

Oday Oday
Singers: Sasha, Shalmali Kholgade, Vijay Prakash
This enthusiastic number is sure to grow on you over time. Its a fun and playful track with full on zing. It is feet tapping and mischievous with the voices of the singers adding smiles to the listener. With Tanglish lyrics, this song is sure to be on repeat mode on the long term.

Singers: Alka, Alphonse, Clinton Cerejo
There is no end to fusion when it comes to GV. This track is a blend of folk music and rock infused in a perfectly balanced way. The song does not come on too strong and the continuity in the composition is justifying. The song opens up the opportunity for really good picturization so it is definitely a do-not-miss track.

Singers: Vandana Srinivasan
Soulful and a bit sad this blues number is perfectly emoted by the honey glazed voice of Vandhana. It takes you aback to a day of blues and shines like light in the depths of a broken heart.

Imaye imaye
Singers: G.V. Prakash Kumar, Shakthisree Gopalan
Gripping and serious this number is one of the best in the collection and a heartfelt melody. GV and Shakthi's voice predominantly stand out as the subtle emotions rise up within us. A song so special it is worth dedicating to a loved one.

A love for life
Singers: Chennai Symphony, G.V.Prakash, Navin Iyer
The instrumental of 'Imaye Imaye', this composition is beautiful in its own way. A cheerful number by GV, the orchestra at its best, have given a performance so wonderful it brings tears in the eyes of even the least likely fans. Brilliantly executed the song is a memento of GV's expertise.


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