Top 5 Tamil Songs

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Tamil cinema is very well known for its talented composers. Two of the most famous and acclaimed film composers of India A. R. Rhamna and Ilaiyaraaja are from Tamil Nadu. Other famous Tamil soundtrack and film score composers in the industry include Yuvan Shankar Raja, Vidyasagar, D. Imman, G. V. Prakash Kumar Anirudh Ravichander, Harris Jayaraj, Hiphop Tamizha, and others. During the 1970s, prominent film composers M. S. Viswanathan, K. V. Mahadevan, and others became very popular which ultimately lead to successful movies.

The film music of Tamil Nadu is known for its eclecticism and innovation. Scores may showcase blends of Western, Carnactig and other instruments with a range of rhythmic and melodic patterns. Recent trends show the feature of synthesizers and other electronic instruments. We have made a list of what we think are some of the best Tamil songs.

1. Ennai Thottu Alli Konda by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam

Ennai Thottu Alli Konda written and performed by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam featured in the 1992 Tamil drama movie, Unna Nenachen Pattu Padichen which was directed by Guru Dhanapal. This film features Karthik, Sakisala, and Monisha in its lead roles. This movie became very successful because of its soundtracks that were composed by the famous Ilaiyaraaja. It has 4 tracks with lyrics written by Vaali and Amaran. Both the song Ennai Thottu Alli Konda and the movie became a cult in South India and are still played during festivals, concerts, and other events.

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2. Poongkaatrilae by Swanalatha and Unni Mennon

Poongkaatrilae featured as a soundtrack in the 1998 Indian Romantic thriller, “Dil Se..”. Directed and written by Mani Ratnam, and produced by Shekhar Kapur, Ram Gopal Varma, and Ratnam. The film features the stars Manisha Koirala and Shahrukh Khan in the lead roles, while Preity Zinta makes her first film debut in a supporting role.

This movie was a clear success in earning millions in the United States and the United Kingdom, becoming one of the first Indian films to ever enter the top 10 in the UK box office charts. It was also a big hit in Japan. This movie was such a big success because of its amazing soundtracks which were composed A. R. Rhaman. The song Poongkaatrilae became a hit and was usually referred to as Rahman’s best soundtrack, by far.

3. Adiyae Azhagae by Sean Roldan and Padmalatha

Adiyae Azhagae by Padmalatha and Sean Roldan featured in the 2016 romantic comedy-drama filmed, Oru Naal Kothu. It was directed by Nelson Venkatesan and produced by J. Selva Kumar. The film’s soundtrack received a lot of positive reviews which ultimately lead the movie to success and made the song Adiyae Azhagae a big hit.

4. KannaLanae by K.S Chithra

KannaLanae by K.S Chithra featured in the 1995 romantic drama film, Bombay. It starred Arvind Swami and Manisha Koirala. Bombay became one of India’s highest-grossing movies which ultimately led to the popularity of its soundtracks, especially KannaLanae.

5. Oruvan Oruvan by S.P Balasubrahmanyam

Oruvan Oruvan featured in the 1995 Indian drama film, Muthu. It is a remake of the Malayalam film Thenmavin Kombath. Its soundtrack was again composed by the famous A. R. Rahman. The film’s soundtracks gained a lot of popularity when it was released in Japanese.

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