Romeo Juliet Music Review

Romeo Juliet

Looking back into the previous few albums of Jayam Ravi, the actor really hadn’t tasted a musical success and most of them were just mediocre. It looks like after his maiden debut ‘Jayam’ and ‘Engeyum Kadhal’ the actor is gaining some good numbers in the musical quotient with his recent release ‘Romeo Juliet’ composed by D Imman. The film is directed by newcomer Lakshman and is produced by Nandagopal of Madras Enterprises. Hansika Motwani had struck a sizzling onscreen chemistry with Jayam Ravi in ‘Engeyum Kadhal’ is back with Romeo Juliet, which is getting ready for summer release.



Singer: Anirudh Ravichander

Lyrics: G. Rokesh

Obviously, the song had put everyone in trance moment for everyone from the time of its single track release. Dedicated completely to the evergreen entertainer T Rajendran, the song has lots of enjoyable moments and Anirudh makes it more engrossing with his usual slang of rendition. The original dialogues of TR compiled from various events and the lyrical lines by ‘Danga Maari’ fame Rokesh add more essence of celebration to this song.



Singer: Anthony Dasan

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

A love failure anthem and there’s a lot of this genre, we have been heeding over the years. Anthony Dasan has been taking us by delight with his unparalleled gift of voice that flows without any interruption and this song ‘Arakki’  gets a good touch in the usual composing style of D Imman. Madhan Karky usually tries something more unique in his lyrical lines, but this one is just mediocre.



Singers: Vishal Dadlani, Sunitha Sarathy

Lyrics: Thamarai

The instant hit of this album that keeps ringing out in your senses over and again. Perhaps, Vishal Dadlani who has been giving us with some pleasant hit numbers could have had a better replacement here. If someone else like Karthik or Sriram Sid had crooned this track, it would have been more enhancing. Nevertheless, the female version completed rendered by Sunitha Sarathy evokes the right kind of feeling with soulful impact.


Idharkuthane Aasaipattai

Singer: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Literally, a shocking blow that leaves us so much disappointed. Vaikom Vijayalakshmi is known for her splendid classical numbers and out here, D Imman with a risky speculative attempt experiments with her vocalism in different modulation fails. If you’re wondering who this Vaikom Vijayalakhsmi is, kindly listen to the tracks like ‘Kaate Kaate’ from Celluloid.


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Singer: Vishal Dadlani, Hyde Karty

Lyrics: Madhan Karky

Nothing new about the song and the treatment is so normal that we have seen in many movies, where the heroes have their appearance as ‘Romantic Romeos’ and Vishal Dadlani more familiar for such tracks croons in own panache.


What follows next aftermath these tracks are the versions of Karaoke that D Imman doesn’t miss out to offer his music lovers to have the privilege of practicing the tunes.

On the whole, ‘Romeo Juliet’ has couple of songs like ‘Dandanakka’ and ‘Thoovaanam’ that occur fabulously with more instrumentals, vibrant music and singers. While for the rest, it should do good with the visuals.


Verdict: Passably okay, but not the best of Imman.

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