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Oppam Songs Review – A Trip Down The Memory Lane

Dp foo7166320170110 9577 vnj20i By TheScriber  |  almost 4 years ago

Oppam, directed by Priyadarshan and starring Mohanlal in the lead role would hit the theatres during Onam season. Now, the makers of the film have released the songs of the film. The songs written by B K Harinarayanan, Dr Madhu Vasudevan and Sharon Joseph have been set to tune by 4 Musics.

Songs, which consists of four debut music directors namely Jim, Biby, Eldhose and Justin.

Chinnama Adi

Singer: M G Sreekumar

Lyrics: Madhu Vasudevan

This song sung by M G Sreekumar is definitely the pick of the album. You could hear the vintage M G Sreekumar in this song, doing something which only he could do. The song starts off with a classical touch and later shifts to an energizing song with some peppy tunes. The lyrics are interesting and is expected to enter the chartbusters soon.

Rating: 4 /5

Pala Nallayi

Singers: M G Sreekumar, Najim Arshad, Anwar Sadath, Vipin Xavier, Biby Mathew, M P Gireesh

Kumar, Haritha Balakrishnan, Sharon Joseph, Aparna

Lyrics: Madhu Vasudevan, Sharon Joseph

It seems like this song is set in the background of a wedding ceremony. There are a host of singers who have lend their voices for this song. Music directors have opted for a bit of Punjabi style songs and the lyrics have both Hindi and Malayalam mixed in equal fashion. Eagerly waiting to see how Priyadarshan has picturized this song.

Rating: 2.5/5

Minungum Minnaminunge

Singer: M G Sreekumar, Shreya Jayadeep

Lyrics: B K Harinarayanan

This one is a cute little song which seemingly establishes the bondage of a father and his daughter, in the film. The lyrics are meaningful and the musicians have employed minimal instruments giving due importance to the voices of M G Sreekumar and Shreya Pradeep

Rating: 3.5/5

Chirimukilum

Singer: M G Sreekumar

The song Chirimukilum has some striking resemblances to some songs of Priyadarshan movies from the past. The beats of the song would remind you of the song Nilaave Maayumo from the film Minnaram. Probably, the song would enter your favorites list after repeated hearing.

Rating: 2.5/5

Altogether, songs of Oppam would take you down the memory lane and after a gap, we have got a Priyadarshan film with some quality songs. The tracks of the film is fresh when recent trends are considered and has the elements of nostalgia in it. More importantly, M G Sreekumar is back with a bang as a singer.

Total Rating: 3/5

Hear the songs of the film Oppam.

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