Burma music review

Staring : Michael, Reshmi Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Sampath

Director : Dharani Dharan

Music : Sudharshan M Kumar

Production : Sudharsham Vembutty

Burma is an upcoming film on car seizing. With an all new team and lesser known starcast, it introduces another new composer in Sudharshan M Kumar. What is this newbie upto? Read.

Vandi : Singers - Aaryan Dinesh K and Tupakeys, Lyrics - Aaryan Dinesh K ( PICK )

Aaryan Dinesh and co provide a kickass start to the album. Peppy is the word for this number, which talks about the car and its plus points. The rap bits are the most exciting parts of the song, which impresses with its unique tune.

En Moochum Venam : Singer - Ranjith, Lyrics - Kabilan ( PICK )

When this song takes off, it feels nothing short of a Harris Jayaraj melody. Ranjith's lively vocals take this to another level when the instrumentations get heavier at the pinnacle of the song. Easily the pick of the album, beats the other songs by a mile.

Run for Money Dude : Singer - Sudharshan M Kumar, Velmurugan, Lyrics - SA ( PICK )

A totally zany composition which would probably be used for the chase sequences in the film. The composer himself takes the mic along with Velmurugan. Autotune has been used in excess with electronic musings, but this song is peppy and whacky on its own terms.

Seizing Mania : Instrumental

A instrumental which stays loyal to the pipe. Good music bit which stays ghetto at the start and turns clubby towards the end.

Jungle in the City : Singers - Ranina Reddy, MC Rude, Lyrics - SA

A stylish two minute track. With Ranina Reddy's superb vocals, this rock themed number is a fine listen.

Kalava Pona Nilavu : Singer - Karthik, Lyrics - Kabilan

A song sung in pathos towards a man's love. Karthik's voice is highlight in a song which has minimum instrumentations. A good night melody, to say the least.

Counting D' Cars : Singers - Suresh Peters, Remya Nambeesan, Sudharshan M Kumar, Jeba, Anisha, Lyrics - SA

Here is a fast paced dance number. Real nice to see Suresh Peters back on the mic again, along with Remya Nambeesan. Probably the end credits song in the film, this is a passable tune!

Kings of Garage Theme : Instrumental ( PICK )

The final track in the album and its yet another jazzy instrumental. Gonna be a treat onscreen for sure.

Debutant Sudharshan M Kumar arrives in style with Burma. Albeit the songs being mainly composed for the montage sequences, this album comes as a whiff of fresh air with peculiar music as its winning factor. Another talented composer steps on the dais, Burma is a red album with the melodies being the polka dots. 

- Siddarth Srinivas

Verdict : Snazzy suburbs.