Kamal Haasan’s Papanasam is the remake of the Malayalam film Drishyam. The film released its audio today 22nd June. The film stars Gauthami, Niveda Thomas and Esther Anil in the lead. The music for this film is composed by Ghibran. Let’s check out the songs review of Papanasam.

  1. Yeya En Kottikkaaraa

Singers: Malavika Anilkumar, Sundar Narayana Rao

This number is very soothing with the unique voices of Malavika and Sundar Narayana Rao. The song will soon get many fans. The background score is very melodious.

  1. Vinaa Vinaa

Singers: Hariharan

Hariharan has made a great job in this slow number. The movie being a thriller genre, is sure to take the main score. The starting lines of the song Vina Vina arises many questions in audience’s minds who listens to this song.

  1. Papanasam Theme

Singers: NA

This theme gives a soothing feeling to the ears. The strings have many ups and downs which can be understood better when seen together with the movie.

  1. Kill for Life

Singers: NA

As the name suggests, it gives a thrilling and fear experience listening to this number. A spine-chilling number.

  1. The Bond of Family

Singers: NA

Music gives a soft feeling with its classical touch. Ghibran has composed this as a slow moving tone of Yeya En Koothukura.

  1. S Sinking Car

Singers: NA

This music is expected when a car starts sinking. A thrilling background score done by Ghibran.

  1. The Police Investigation

Singers: NA

The music gives us a fear with its tones, when it is coming in a mix.

  1. This is me – Suyambulingam

Singers: NA

This gives a mix of feelings – achievement and accomplishment. This song might take the climax score in the movie.

Papanasam – Music Review! was last modified: June 22nd, 2015 by Raghu

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