Olli Olli Iduppe – The Best song of Aathi

January 17, 2006 at 6:56 pm Leave a comment

I thought of writing this in my review, but there is so much to say…(too much na?? review for a single song!!!)

First of all, this was a rocking song from Vidyasagar which most of us loved on first hearing itself. Its a different mix of Punjabi folk, western beats and light kuthu… Singers Karthik and Anuradha Sriram have given life to the song esp. Anuradha with her different style of singing…

If audio itself had made so much of impact, how will be the video?? It was a double bonanza.. The best Pongal gift I could get!!!

The song was stunning with beautiful locales and excellent choreography..Hats off to Brindha. I think she is choreographing for a Vijay song after a long time. Nice work done…

Few things have to noted in the song: (Ppl who are yet to watch the movie notice this)

1) Vijay and Trisha’s cutest facial expressions. Especially, when they move their eyes in a funniest manner…

2) The repeated step sequence for the “Alle..Alle Alle” lines… Everytime Vijay stands in his Sivakasi pose for a moment… It was really nice

3) The camera work… It was dancing along with Vijay and Trisha all over the song…

4) Vijay and Trisha were letting out smoke from their mouth most of the time.. I could imagine how cold it would have been🙂

This is really a song to watch out for… I liked it more than Ippo Illati Eppo. The best part is it comes in the movie after so mnay serious scenes that it relieves you from that stress easily!!!

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