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Thuruppu Gulan Music Review

Thuruppu Gulan Music Review
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Cast:
Mamootty,Sneha, Innocent, Jagathy Sreekumar, Cochin Haneefa, Harisree Ashokan, Salim Kumar, Kalasala Babu, Saddique, Suresh Krishna, Baburaj, Baiju Ezhupunna, Suraj Venjaramoodu
Direction:
Johny Antony
Production:
Milan Jaleel
Music:
Alex Paul
Movie:
Thuruppugulan
Music survives without soul
Monday, April 24, 2006 • Malayalam Comments

Alex Paul is a music director with  an unique record of cent percent hits. From 'Chathikkatha Chanthu' to 'Achanurangatha Veedu' he has been very crafty in his creations.

The highlight of his continuing success is that he seems to know exactly what each director wants. Here, in Thuruppu Ghulan, he has churned out two numbers exactly to the ask of Johny Antony, the director of the movie.

The director's interest in fast racy numbers is evident as his earlier films carry all fast numbers, which turned out to be chart toppers.

So, Alex paul has again survived here to deliver another hit, as he attempted fast numbers with a share of slow melodious beats, allowing the hero Mammootty to throw his legs peacefully to music. The lyrics of the songs written by Kaithappram falls below average appearing as a crap. But it is the tempo and illustrious music that makes these songs hummable after multiple hearings. 

1. Alakadalil - It is a rustic, but strait forward peppy number, sung by Mahadevan and Chorus. The lyrics is just like a bite of a cookery programme, where the anchor defines how to  make a crab curry. The singer, Mahadevan has delivered it with a lot of energy and his voice seems to be a elevation. 

2. Madayaana -  Vineeth Sreenivasan's rendering is the highlight of this number. He has modulated his voice so much to suit Mammootty and has sung the song gracefully to its mood. The lyrics by Kaithapram, provides shock at times even though it is a funny number. However the prospects of this song largely depended on the depiction on screen. The child viewers has took over the song due to its added energy in hummable music, and the spice left in its lyrics. The song frequently shown on TV has climbed music charts. However, these kind of songs don't stick to the mind of listeners for long.

These songs will largely be remembered as those in which  Mammooty has managed to prove himself as a petti dancer, for the first time. Even though the album is ordinary, the energy in upbeat music may take it to some avenues for a short time. The album is brought out by Sathyam audios.

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