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Music Review: Mugamoodi


buy cialis in edmonton visit their website best viagra spam basics finpecia online india Mugamoodi is the first superhero film in Tamil and is directed by acclaimed film maker Myshkin, known for his directing prowess, and ability to capture raw emotion on film.

Jiiva plays the protagonist, 'Anand/ Bruce Lee' in the film who fights against social injustice and corruption, Narain plays the antagonist, 'Anguchamy/ Dragon', Bruce Lee’s nemesis, Pooja Hegde plays 'Shakti', Anand (Jiiva)’s love interest, while Nassar plays 'Asst. Commissioner Gaurav', a tough cop.

Composer K, who had earlier received critical praise for his work in Yuddham Sei, has scored music for the film. The song “Vaayamoodi Summa Iru Da", has topped the charts, Just days after its release.

Music: K

Language: Tamil

Released: July 20, 2012

No of Songs: 3

Previous Director-Composer associations: Yuddham Sei (2011)

Mugamoodi music review:

With help from those hypnotic violins and the backing chorus crooning the song’s title repetitively, “Vaayamoodi…” is a uniquely endearing song. Alaap Raju’s dreamy vocals and Karky’s charming imagination in the lyrics lend considerable charm here. Myshkin is surprisingly in tune in “Kudi Vaazhthu…”, a melodious, but dreary ode to getting drunk, while “Maayavi…”s background music seems to be layered awkwardly over the superhero’s girl’s achy perspective. The instrumental pieces, K’s usual highlight if you go by Yuddham Sei, seem weak and as incongruent as a masked, caped superhero dubbing in Tamil. Tepid soundtrack from K, barring a standout Vaayamoodi

Review courtesy: Milliblog