'Peppy and Aggressive'- Nayaki Audio Review

By - April 20, 2016 - 10:05 AM IST

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Nayaki is an upcoming horror comedy film starring the talented actress Trisha in the lead role. Music for the films is composed by Raghu Kunche and launched through the eminent Madhura Audio. Here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:

Right to the movie’s theme the album begins with a quirky number Bhayam sung by Trisha herself. The song is diced with electric guitar, cool percussions and jazzy piano touches. The song shows a contemporary take on the aspect of fear and how does it affect a person’s life! There is a funkiness associated with the track as well.

Idhemito on the contrary is a modern Jazz number sung by the earthly sounding Chinmayi. Raghu Kunche experiments the best of Jazz genre coupled with a nostalgic touch as well. Chinmayi makes no mistakes in this soulful composition which is like a trip to a blissful paradise. The harmonica effect is another asset for this composition.

The breezy mood continues with O Sandhya sung  by the composer Raghu Kunche himself and M.L.Shruti next. Despite the smooth feel is generates, the song has a peppy feel associated with it as well. The song shows the sweet nothings which a happy couple shares in melodious style. The usage of riveting saxophone does the right magic as well.

The album reaches an aggressive finale with Jai Bhadrakali which speaks of anger and aggression.  Malavika who usually sings soft numbers renders a fast paced composition. However, the song progresses in a linear fashion despite good scope for experimentation.


Nayaki is an album which stays true to the horror comedy genre but the melodies have an edge over the fast paced numbers.

Rating: 3.25/5

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