Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puraavum is a S.P.B. Charan film produced under Capital Film Works banner and directed by Rajamohan, who has worked as assistant to eminent directors like Rajakumaran, A. Venkatesh, and S.D. Vijay Milton. Debut heroine Darshana, is a second-year medical student.
‘Muttathu Pakkathil’ by Venkat Prabhu is a complete entertainer. Breaking all norms and regulations, every aspect of the song will make us shed all inhibitions and just groove to the appeal of its tune and rhythm.
The launch line of ‘Chinna Sirisu’ itself intrigues the listener and shapes his expectations to an extent. But without altering the notion and without tarnishing its rustic lines and slow-flowing music, singers Bela Shende and Javed Ali make it absolutely enjoyable.
The tune of a particular song is the first and foremost aspect that casts an impression in listeners’ minds. ‘Kadaloram’ has an innovative tune; it sounds never heard-of till now in Tamil cinema. Yes, the unfamiliarity forms the salient point of its appeal. Yuvan’s singing too adds a particular depth to the song.
S.P. Balasubramaniam’s ‘Na Dharmanda’ is a simple, fast-paced number. As always, his impeccable style and the extra mile he goes to give it life makes the difference.
‘Kadaloram’ has one more version sung by S.P. Charan. The difference between Yuvan and Charan’s rendition is the aura of cheer the latter adds to it, totally changing the song’s mood.
‘Orunimisham’ is a typical ‘Oppaari’ by Velmurugan. Though the song fulfils the grammar of such a number, Yuvan has just reorganized its rhythm. It is not as slow as we may have anticipated.
In contrast to his usual youthful compositions, Yuvan has actually made use of his father Maestro Ilayaraja’s melodious style for his compositions of Kunguma Poovum Konjum Puraavum.