Maya O Maya
- Catchy number that hooks on the moment it starts , thanks to the thumping beats and the familiar whistling which lead into the Pallavi through the pleasant piano filler.
- Chorus catch line has a good zing to it and sets up an nice little finale to the pallavi.
- The trumpet portions evoke deja vu of hello hello from joota hi sahi ( the fact that the latter had Karthik crooning might have been the catalyst )
- The transition to a gentler and more melodic anupallavi aided by karthik's soft vocals is a delight.
- The mild manner in which the tune reaches an off note in the unnodu pesamal line gives it a distinct feel
- Oru velai aval maruthal line was a perfect blend of mood that the lyrics and tune try to convey.
- For all the pep and pleasantness its interludes could have had more depth and flavor.
- Catchy and pleasant , although familiar.
- Trance elements and riffs in the kalakku kalakku catch line backed by celestial synth sounds set up a unusual mood for what seems like one of those million songs about girls and booze (a subject usually conveyed Only with kuthu music).
- Gains a fair share of momentum from the resonating techno beats that are improvised well in the end .
- Not a lot to savor tune wise , something that's restricted to a few lines, only to be spiced up by variations in background music .
- Simple tune colored with some interesting instrumentation and unusual mood.
- The abrupt ending lines at the start sound Harris-like but the song gets past it with the super catchy Vellai lines.
- The soft beats , crisp guitars and quick changing chord progressions add more sweetness to the song that already pleases with its Hamsadhwani-ish scale.
- Turning off the chords at the start of the first stanza and bringing them back in the middle enhances the impact.
- The vocal loops ending in the same word (here its Vellai)is not uncommon in tamil film songs - New title song, No problem (Love Birds) to name a couple. And the tool works well here too.
- Easy on the ears.