While Chiyaan Vikram has delivered several critically acclaimed films, his on-screen magic is often amplified by soul-stirring songs
Vikram, the versatile and charismatic Tamil actor, has captured the hearts of audiences with his mesmerising performances and incredible range of talent. While he has delivered several critically acclaimed films, his on-screen magic is often amplified by soul-stirring songs that stay etched in our memories.
Let's take a melodious journey through some of the most popular songs featuring Vikram and explore why they have become timeless classics.
Kadhal Yaanai (Anniyan, 2005)
Vikram's dynamic performance as a person with multiple personality disorder is perfectly complemented by the energetic and peppy beats of this Harris Jayaraj composition. The song's catchy lyrics and Vikram's impeccable dance moves have made it a favourite at social gatherings and dance floors even today.
Pookale Satru Oyivedungal (I, 2015)
Vikram's commitment to his roles is evident in the transformation he underwent for this movie, portraying multiple characters. The song is a visual and auditory treat, with A.R. Rahman's brilliance blending seamlessly with Vikram's captivating on-screen presence.
Oru Manam (Dhruva Natchathiram, unreleased)
Though unreleased, this song took social media by storm when its teaser was unveiled. Harris Jayaraj's soul-stirring melody and Vikram's intense portrayal create an alluring aura, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the film's release.
Kadaram Kondan (Kadaram Kondan, 2019)
This song perfectly showcases Vikram's versatility, as he flawlessly executes the intricate dance moves and exudes immense energy on screen. Composed by Ghibran, the song's catchy beats and Vikram's energetic performance make it a hit among his fans.
Halena (Iru Mugan, 2016)
This peppy number showcases Vikram's versatile acting abilities, as he effortlessly portrays contrasting characters in the film. The foot-tapping music by Harris Jayaraj and Vikram's captivating screen presence make it a must-listen.
Oru Paadhi Kadhavu (Thaandavam, 2012)
Vikram's portrayal of a visually impaired character is commendable, and this song adds emotional depth to the film. G.V. Prakash Kumar's music and Vikram's emotive acting create a poignant experience.
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