Selvaraghavan’s scripted Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam marks the debut directorial of his wife Gitanjali as filmmaker and onscreen debut of Editor Kola Bhaskar’s son Bala Krishna Kola and Bollywood actress Wamiqa Gabbi in lead roles. Amrit makes his debut as music director and has penned lyrics for almost all the songs.
An usual love failure track set in the backdrops of Tasmac. These songs have become a commonality these days in the Tamil films and we have to see how different the visuals would be. Preferably, love failure and Tasmac have become two sides of the same coin alike. Amrit has tried rendering it in a perfect manner though.
Mora Saiyya (Yeno Mounam)
Vocals: Vijay Prakash and Shakthisree Gopalan
It’s quite an emotional inhibition of lovers who want to confess their love for each other and the lines penned by Amrit are laudable. His choice of singers is indeed perfect, especially in this number with Vijay Prakash and Shakthisree Gopalan. The preludes and interludes are very well composed.
Much alike the first track, this song is about a stereotypical guy we see in cinema, where he feels cursed for not having a girlfriend. Amrit as singer and lyricist tries to convey the song in his own style and excels moderately.
Maalai Nerathu Mayakkama
A commendable showstopper! The song grabs your attention instantly and keeps you incessantly in a transfixed state. What a beautiful and melodious composition by Amrit. The chord strokes on guitar and the mellisonant rendition by Amrit is so much compelling.
Singer: Mili Nair and Nair
This could actually pick your attention when viewed on the screens with visuals and the lines are slightly poetic and Vivek as lyricist deserves special mention. The interludes are done in a great manner with colossal impact.
Two Opposites – The Theme
It’s a very short theme that brings you completely into a state of exact perception, where it clearly states that this is all about the two opposite poles – Boy and Girl.
The Return of Love – Theme
This theme is so much beauteous and decorous with mild instrumental strokes and it sounds like it would occur during the opening credits and in few substantial points.
On the whole, Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam has some pretty decent numbers, especially the one ‘Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam’ turned to be a gripping song that will keep you to go for repeat mode.
Verdict: Decent stroke by Amrit
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