Sunday, October 2, 2011
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Starring: Dhanush, Richa Gangopadhyay
Music: G.V. Prakash Kumar
Production: Gemini Film Circuit
Vocals: Naresh Iyer, Saindhavi, GV Prakash, Harish Raghavendra, Dhanush, Selvaraghavan
Lyrics: Dhanush, Selvaraghavan
After scoring a few chartbusters in Selvaraghavan’s last outing Aayirathil Oruvan, G V Prakash once again teams up with the director in Mayakkam Enna to give out some scintillating numbers. The young music director is steadily becoming a force to be reckoned with in the music industry and he reiterates his talent once again in Mayakkam Enna. Over to the songs
Naan Sonnadhum Mazhaivandhucha...
Singers: Naresh Iyer
G.V. Prakash's composition of the opening track is the perfect blend of modernity and ethnicity and above all it has an urbane touch to the rustically penned earthen song. After delivering many cheery melodious songs, Naresh Iyer has experimented with this new style and it perfectly fits the breezy sophisticated song. The music in the interlude are reminiscent of the 'Aayirathil Oruvan' track, Overall, it is an entertaining effort put forth by the team and it certainly deserves a top place in the charts.
Singers: Saindhavi & GV Prakash
This lovable melodious duet ushers in innocence and also the hopelessness of the romantic characters. Saindhavi's mellow voice in soft tones is pleasant to the ears and so do the touches of the versatile GV.Prakash that connect well to the spirits of the track. The light musical arrangements of piano and string instruments along with the vibrant lyrics convey the mood of serenity. This song will cater well to the youthful sentiments.
Voda Voda Dhooram Korayala...
Lyrics: Selvaraghavan, Dhanush
Down the memory lane, we had 'Unnai Parthapiragu' from 'Thiruda Thirudi'. This is one such song where the dialogue-like-verses are encapsulated in a delightful fun-filled tune. The signature whistle tunes used in the track have a possibility to be downloaded for the mobiles by the college-goers. Dhanush's voice plays out the mock-pain and the comforting musical arrangements add to the youthful appeal of the song.
Ennenna Seidhom Ingae...
Singers: Harish Raghavendra
After some high spirited numbers, the mood turns suddenly devotional, somber and serious with the track rendered by Harish Raghavendra. G.V. Prakash has given a situational, dramatic composition that adds to the serenity of the mood. Dhanush has penned the song, which is deeply philosophical and explores the complexities of one’s spiritual search. A lovely song to purify the disturbed minds and cleanse the demented soul.
Kadhal En Kadhal...
Singers: Dhanush & Selvaraghavan
This track is streamlined well that has melodramatically pitched sound impacts for the booze-induced hero singing. This song again, like few other scores in this album is written and sung by Dhanush. The chorus lyrics 'addida avalai','uthada avalai', 'vidraa avalai' packs a little punch to the otherwise mediocre track.
Mayakkam Enna Theme...
It is an exclusive musical piece, But it liks to be a copy of an chinese dram music..........any way it's nice to hear made by G.V
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
This is a newthing to Tamil film industry as A.R. Murugadoss is openly said that soon after the film’s release; every Tamil man will keep himself proud ahead of others. Yes, it’s about a man in Tamil Nadu, who spearheaded the arts and Buddhism.
Now we hear something from the closer sources that the film is based on the concept of ‘Time Travel’.
It is like a group of scientists find the DNA link between that 5th century Wizard and find some similarities with a youngster working in circus.
Apparently, he is processed through ‘Time Machine’ is sent back to the 5th century to make the history happen.
When approached the closer sources, they remain closemouthed and didn’t comment on this news.
SO DUEDS LETS WAIT FOR A FANTASTIC FLIM