Watch this full video song Alaalaa from Sandakozhi 2
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The Much awaited song Kambathu Ponnu lyric video is out
Sengarattan Paaraiyula lyrical video song from Sandakozhi 2 is out now
Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Sandakozhi 2 songs album has been released by Sony Music India. Sandakozhi 2 album consists of 6 tracks in all with five songs and a folk instrumentation. Check them out below.
|1||Kambathu Ponnu||Yegathasi||Yuvan Shankar Raja||03:35|
|2||Meesa Vecha Vetaikaaran||Arun Bharathi||Mahalingam||04:46|
|3||Alaalaa||Madhan Karky||Kailash Kher||03:48|
|4||Sooriyarum Sooriyanum||Brindha Sarathy||Chorus||02:38|
|5||Sengarattan Paaraiyula||Arivumathi||Ramani Ammal, Senthil Dass||03:25|
|6||Folk instrumental||Yuvan Shankar Raja (composition)||Yuvan Shankar Raja (composition)||02:06|
Kambathu Ponnu kick starts Sandakozhi 2 music album. The song is penned by Yagathasi. Yuvan Shankar Raja interspersed folk beats with western instrumentation quite well. Yuvan himself added an energetic vocal to this song. Quite deservedly the song is used as the promotional track. The second song of the album is Meesa Vecha Vetaikaaran penned by Arun Bharathi which form the theme of the film and elevates the lead characters of Vishal and Raj Kiran. It may appeal to the rural folk instantaneously. But it needs few listenings for the urban guys.
The third song of the album is Alalaa, an ordinary composition elevated to the next level by the instrumentation used by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Another asset for the song is Kailash Kher's cutesy singing. The song may feature Vishal and Keerthy Suresh. The fourth song of the film is penned by Sooriyarum Sooriyarum penned by Brindha Sarathy. It is mostly a chorus work with the lyrics elevating the lead characters or rather the family. The final song of the album is Sengarattan Paaraiyula penned by Arivumathi. Backed by Ramani Ammal and Senthil Dass vocals, the song ends the album on a high note.