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Mayakkam Enna Music Review

Mayakkam Enna Music Review
Dhanush, Richa Gangopadhyay, Sunder Ramu, Mathivanan Rajendran, Pooja Balu, Soni Barring, Rajiv Choudhry
Aum Productions
GV Prakash
GV for goodness and a variety
IndiaGlitz [Thursday, September 22, 2011 • தமிழ்] Comments

Young music composer GV Prakash Kumar has joined hands with Selvaraghavan again after creating a magic in 'Ayirathil Oruvan'. Expectations are obviously high and the duo doesn't disappoint music-lovers as they have come up with some scintillating numbers.

The movie stars Dhanush and Richa Gangopadhyay in the lead roles. Interestingly the album has couple of songs penned by Selvaraghavan and Dhanush besides the brothers rendering their voices. There is freshness and novelty abundant in the album. Prakash seems to be scaling greater heights with every film of his.

Unique orchestration, catchy harmony and nice rhythms form part of 'Mayakkam Enna'. Check out the songs...

Naan Sonnadhum Mazhaivandhucha (Naresh Iyer) Listen here

Penned by Selvaraghavan himself, this opening track is smooth to start with. Selvaraghavan's choicest of words are impressive. Also the interludes by GV are good.  A blend of peppy and earthy sounds, it lingers in our hearts at the first time of listening itself. Naresh Iyer sings it in his own breezy style. An entertaining song with simple lyrics by Selvaraghavan, it is sure to top the charts.

Pirai Thedum (Saindhavi & G V Prakash) Listen here

Watch out for this song. Actor Dhanush has turned lyricist here. A romantic song it oozes with love and only more love. The lyricist in Dhanush is as good as the actor. What more the song has been rendered with gusto by G V Prakash and Saindhavi. Music is the highlight. It has been arranged in an interesting way. Soft voice of Saindhavi gels well with that of G V Prakash's.

Voda Voda Dhooram Korayala ( Dhanush) Listen here

It's more of a sibling show. The song is penned by Dhanush and Selvaraghavan themselves with Dhanush crooning it. With dialogues in between, the song replicates today's youth mindset filled with a delightful tune.  Dhanush's voice is new, fresh and catchy to listeners. A youth special is this number.

Ennenna Seidhom Ingae (Harish Raghavendra) Listen here

Again penned by Selvaraghavan, the song brings back the man of melody Harish Raghavendra. He after a brief exile takes to crooning. A soft but a serious devotional like number, the song elevates our mood to tizzy heights. It is soulful and attractive. Three cheers to Harish, who gives it a new colour with his voice.

Kadhal En Kadhal (Dhanush & Selvaraghavan) Listen here

Penned by Dhanush, the song once again brings together the brothers - this time they sing together. A different pitch, a unique tune and little of booze - effect on singers, it has lines that are very colloquial. It may sit well with youngsters. Otherwise it is more of energetic and mirrors the minds and hearts of youngsters.

Mayakkam Enna Theme Listen here

G V Prakash's versatility comes to the fore here. Good orchestration coupled with choice of finest and new sounds makes it a pleasurable one to listen to. With a sweet mellifluous background, it is instantly infectious on us. Who said a theme has to proceed in one pace only? Here the music composer goes all guns blazing as the music goes up and down impressing us.

On the whole, the album is catchy, youthful and vibrant. G V Prakash has managed to cast magic in the company of Selva again. 

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