Idam Porul Yaeval
Idam Porul YaevalFacebook/ Vijay Sethupathi

The music of upcoming movie, "Idam Porul Yaeval", has been released. The music of the movie, which is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja has opened to positive reviews while the lyrics penned by Vairamathu has also received special appreciation from fans and critics alike.

"Idam Porul Yaeval" is a drama flick and the story, the screenplay and the direction of the movie are handled by Seenu Ramasamy. The movie has Vijay Sethupathi, Vishnu Vishal and Nandita in the lead roles.

Read the music reviews by various critics below:

"Atthuvaana Kaatukku" ― Singers: Yuvan Shankar Raja; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"An eerie composition with Yuvan's baritone voice nailing it to perfection. The lilting piano touches and thoughtful lyrics by Vairamuthu add to the brilliance of the song. The chord progression goes in an unpredictable way which keeps the listener guessing what's going to be next." ― Behindwoods

"Yuvan welcomes us to the album with a perfect patho which reminds of his dad in terms of composition and rendering. The prelude string section with Yuvan's humming set the mood right away and the tempo is maintained till the end with a streamlined notes. Both the interludes are magical, but the second one will pierce hardly to make a serious impact right away." ― Indiaglitz

"Yet again, a philosophical sort of song that has some catchy lines and Yuvan tries to intonate with the best touch. It would gradually gain its impact with the visuals." ―

"Eerakkaathae" ― Singers: Anitha, Senthil Dass; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"Contrastingly, this is a breezy composition with Far East flute blended with folk flavor. The trance rhythm section gives a new dimension to this funky track with great ease. The sweet vocals by Anitha and Senthil Das do the job in a neat fashion.' ― Behindwoods

"Senthil Dass and Anitha delivers a sweeping melody here. Vairamuthu's word play is out of the world and Yuvan's minimal orchestration paves way for the classic Tamil to take the center stage. The whistles in the prelude make a quiet comeback as the song progress one can hear the far away violin section in the second half of the song, which is a great ploy by the composer to add serene nature to the glorious melody." ―

"A super melody to start with the album that has every element to attract the music lovers. A promising melodic duet and you can feel the visuals in your imagination. A beautiful rendition by Senthildass and Anitha has given the perfect intonation of shifting between major and minor notes. Senthildass slightly reminiscences of Isaignani Ilayaraja's voice and the flute works during the interludes along with whistles are the cherry picks."-

"Endha Vazhi" ― Singers: Vaikom Vijayalakshmi; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"The ominous feel is back with the female version of Atthuvana in the velvety voice of Vaikom Vijayalakshmi. Her voice strikes a strange chord with soulfulness and great emotion. The interludes act as the perfect setting for this peculiar eeriness." ― Behindwoods

"The album gets into one more pathos as Yuvan weaved another stellar track and made full use of Vijayalakshmi's powerful vocals. As the track progress, the singer keeps building the 'haunting' quotient and her rendering is sure to leave a lump in your throat." ― Indiaglitz

"Her name is more than enough to stir an unusually poignant feel through our senses. Her voice is so crystal clear and it shows the pathos of a soul. She touches the high pitch notes at an ease. Being a Malayali, she has rendered the Tamil lines with the right paradigms. Vairamuthu proves of his prowess in writing yet again. The kind of instrumentals, Yuvan has used during the interludes is a fantabulous one and the percussions is the greatest highlights of this song." ―

"Kondaatamae" ― Singers: Sriram Parthasarathy; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"An optimistic track with sweet sounding orchestration, rhythm section and lovely ambience! Sriram's breezy voice paves the way for a laid back track which is high on melodic content. The slight classical touch in his voice adds to the brilliance with ease." ― Behindwoods

"After the memorable, 'Ananda Yazhai' Yuvan has teamed up with the classical singer, Sriram Parthasarathy for a simple melody. Yuvan has played the second fiddle role once again to let the lyrics and singer to dominate, but that hasn't worked here. A little bit of imagination with the sound arrangements might have made wonders, but this track might work better with the visuals." ― Indiaglitz

'Having spelled a mind-boggling track 'Aanandha Yaazhinai' from Thanga Meengal, Yuvan Shankar Raja and Sriram Parthasarathy are coming together for yet another melody. The song speaks about the soul's harmony albeit the tough speculations. It's an inspirational song that will surely capture the masses in a short span of time. It looks like a montage song pictured on a person who has come across a journey of difficulties." ― 2daycinema

"Kurunthogai" ― Singers: Sonia, VV Prassanna; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"An interesting composition with yesteryear flavor and folk styled lyrics arrives next. The duet is mellifluously designed with neat strings, funky flute and great rhythm section. The typical Yuvan's style of composing is strikingly reflected in the charanam." ― Behindwoods

"Yes, you read it right! The title of the track is – 'Kurunthogai' and you can guess it right away that it's going to be as beautiful as the title. Vairamuthu has stamped his brilliance once again and the singers have rendered it without making any errors. Compared to the earlier melody, this one is short, but very sweet and hummable!" ― Indiaglitz

"Too poetic in the lines of literature Tamil and unlike other directors and music directors, Yuvan Shankar Raja and Seenu Ramasamy have retained the beautiful lines of Vairamuthu. To make it more appropriate for the present generation of music lovers, Yuvan Shankar Raja has tried adding some catchy beats, but it could have been better if it had been conveyed more melodically without this rhythmic style." ― 2daycinema

"Vaiyambatti" ― Singers: Anthony Dassan, Priyadarshini; Lyrics: Vairamuthu

"The album arrives to a finale with the groovy folk number in the powerful voice of Anthony Dassan. Brilliant rhythm section, timely chorus and the strong nativity are the main highlights. Priyadarshini complements the confident voice of Anthony with her own style and mastery." ― Behindwoods

"Anthony Dawson and folk genre have become little predictable as he makes his presence in every other album. It is Priyadharshini, who overrides Anthony's vocals and tries her best to add more foot tapping material to the song. One more song, which requires the visuals to up the tempo; nevertheless a neat end to a fulfilling OST from Yuvan after a long time." ― Indiiaglitz

"The beats in the backdrops slightly reminiscences of Yuvan Shankar Raja's yesteryear hit number '60 Aagiduchu' from Mounam Pesiyadhu and 'Kondaaduda' from Yuvan's recent hit Thirudan Police. It sounds like the song would have a great appeal on the screens with some finest dance." ― 2daycinema