Six themes and three songs make up the music album of 'Mugamoodi'. The film has brought together once again director Mysskin and music composer K, after their successful first outing 'Yudhdham Sei'.
Starring Jiiva, Narein and Pooja Hegde, 'Mugamoodi' by UTV Motion Pictures is about the superhero within oneself.
While the songs can broadly be classified under melody category, themes reflect well the mood of the movie- a superhero story.
Vaayamoodi summa iruda Listen here
This song has got all the ingredients to become an instant hit among the listeners. K has made good use of violin and chorus, while Aalaap Raju has rendered this in a spellbinding way. An interesting start to the album.
Kudi Vaazhthu Listen here
How can there be a Mysskin film without a kuthu song. And this one is precisely that. The highlight is Mysskin himself has penned the lyrics, besides crooning it. The director emerges triumphant in both his new avatars and the credits are shared by K.
Maayavi Listen here
Again a solo song, but this time by a female singer. Chinmayee has chipped in with her mellifluous voice in this number. K's tune and orchestration reminds one of Ilayaraja.
Themes Listen here
While 'Come lets fall in love' is the musical version of 'Vaaya Moodi...' song, 'Lullaby for loss' theme too is inspired by the same song, but reflects a sad mood. 'Maayavi' flute theme is set on the Chinamyee-crooned number.
The theme 'Blue Panther on the Prowl' is the one which is already made popular thanks to 'Mugamoodi' promos. 'Cape of Good Hope', 'Don't drive your car with this music' and 'Hell Heaven and the Ladder' are the themes, which should come as background score in the movie.