Watch the latest video song Madura Marikozhundhae from CCV
Sing along with the Praaptham lyrical video
Here is the lyrical video of Madura Marikozhundhae
Watch The Peppy And Crazy Hayati Lyrical Video
Croon with the lyrical video of Kalla Kalavaani from Chekka Chivantha Vaanam
Sevandhu Ponchu Nenju lyrical from Chekka Chivantha Vaanam is out now
Bhoomi Bhoomi Lyric video song from CCV is out now
Listen to AR Rahman's Mazhai Kuruvi lyric video from CCV
Music Director: A. R. Rahman
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam songs album has been released by Sony Music India. Check them out below.
|1||Mazhai Kuruvai||Vairamuthu||A. R. Rahman||05:47|
|3||Sevandhu Pochu Nenju||Vairamuthu||Arjun Chandy, D. Sathyaprakash, A.R. Rahman, Sunitha Sarathy||05:08|
Shakthisree Gopalan, A.R. Rahman, Lady Kash
|5||Hayati||Shiv and Myassa Karaa||Myassa Karaa and Shivang Vaishnav||02:57|
|6||Madura Marikozhundhae||Traditional Folk Lyric||Anuradha Sriram, Shweta Mohan, Aparna Narayanan||03:02|
The album starts with the soulful romantic number Mazhai Kuruvai which portrays a happy mood. Penned by Vairamuthu, the song is one of typical A. R. Rahman compositions where it takes time and repeated listenings to get a feel of it. The lyrics are like a poem that take different meanings depending on the person and the situation they are in. The live performance by the team, especially the chorus of Mazhai Kuruvi takes one back to Mani Ratnam and AR Rahman’s vintage numbers.
The second song of the album is the intense Bhoomi Bhoomi which is quite opposite in mood to the previous bubbly number. The song is an instant earworm, especially if one loves to explore the beauty of the lyrics. Shaktishree Gopalan’s voice is a perfect fit for what the song tries to convey. The song is verbally wanton, and when combined Rahman’s music, it is an instant hit. The song depicts the pain and heartbreak of the lead actors. The third song of the album is Sevandhu Pochu Nendhu crooned by Arjun Chandy. D. Satyaprakash, A. R. Rahman, and Sunitha Sarathy.
The fourth song of the album is Kalla Kalavani, a different number to the above songs. Exotic singing by Shakthisree Gopalan and Lady Kash adds beauty to this song. The lyrics are quirky. The fifth song Hayati has Tamil lyrics and vocals by Shiv and Arabic lyrics and vocals by Myassa Karaa and rapping by Shivang Vaishnav. Madura Marikozhundhae has traditional folk lyrics which is sung beautifully by Anuradha Sriram, Shweta Mohan, and Aparna Narayanan. The last song is Praaptham which has lyrics by Vairamuthu and vocals by Karthik.