Ghibran throws lot of light regards to 'Uthama Villain' in an exclusive interview with, Indiaglitz. We caught up with the soulful music composer recently and got lot of inside news regards 'Uthama Villain' and his continued association with 'Ulaganaayagan' for 3 films continuously.
Ghibran says, the 18th century episode in 'Uthama Villain' is pretty much challenging compared to the current age. He has experimented with western classical and given lot of space for the lyrics to move along with the tunes. Kamal who can do absolutely anything related to movie making has gone on to write lyrics for couple of songs which carry in depth meaning in classical Tamil.
He adds that he can talk to Kamal like he can talk to a fellow musician and that provides easy access for him to communicate the ideas with him. Kamal would hold lot of sessions before going for composing and give an idea about what should be made in prior and that makes my life easy. While answering to a question whether he would make a cameo in movies like his peers, he denied it by saying big no. He promised that there is so much to talk once the audio come out and he is very confident about achieving a major success for his work.
Ghibran's 'Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah' has made it to the screens today and his songs gave the much needed tempo to Jai-Nazriya starrer. Given his blistering form, the music lovers will be counting the dates for the audio release of 'Viswaroopam 2' and 'Uthama Villain'.