Theri songs are most awaited one by the audience. The reason behind this eagerness is the music band comprises most of the legends like Deva, Hariharan, T. Rajendar, Bombay Jayashree and Vijay contributing their voices. In addition, it is G.V. Prakash’s 50th album and Atlee’s second hit after ‘Raja Rani’.
Singers: Thenisai Thendarl Deva and Balachandran
The song’s composition reminds us of Thenisai Thendral’s music itself. The voice of Deva mixed with his distinctive touches boost up the song very well. The lyric is all about the life of a policeman and corruption written by Rokesh. The beats are new having a good tempo.
Singers: Hariharan, Saindhavi and Vaikom Vijayalakshmi
This song gives a fascinating touch with its romantic duet with the lyrics of Na Muthukumar and R. Thiyagarajan. Voices of Hariharan and Sanidhavi provide a beautiful blend along with Vaikom Vijayalakshmi with her Sanskrit part. The track is very soothing with violins and flute.
Eena Meena Teeka
Singers: Uthara Unni Krishnan, G.V. Prakash Kumar
This is a beautiful medley of European orchestration, violin solos and brass sections. The lyric deals with the bond between a father and his daughter, written by Pa Vijay and Arunraja Kamaraj (Rap). Uthara’s lively voice is very adorable.
Singer: Bombay Jayashri
This song is quite a lullaby of its kind sung by eminent Bombay Jayashri. It is highly emotional about motherhood, written by Pulavar Pulamaipithan.
Singers: Vijay, Neethi Mohan
This is a very adoring song between couple. Kabilan’s lyrics are put into a good composition and it will be a much-loved one among the audience.
Singers: T. Rajender, G.V. Prakash Kumar and Sonu Kakkar
This song is a fast number with a combination of soft and vigorous vocals used along with various sound tracks. The lyric of the song is also written by Kabilan.
Dub Theri Step
Singer: Arunraja Kamaraj
This song is a fast number written by Arunraja Kamaraj. This song will become a favourite chic among the audience.
The musician G.V. Prakash Kumar had done a great job for the need of the director Atlee. The album would be most loved by the audience.