What is the point in presenting searing, poetic visuals on screen if your story doesn’t have enough strength to bear it? Jeeva Shankar’s lyrical cinematography in fact, captures the beauty of Ooty like never before. An ode to Panneer Pushpangal is silently paid by playing Anandha Raagam in the background once. Ghibran’s painstaking and impactful background score has added to life to the narrative effortlessly. It would not be a hyperbole to say Amara Kaaviyam cannot exist without Ghibran. It could pass easily pass as Ghibran’s best scoring effort till date.