Miruthan Music Review

Miruthan Music Review

Music Reviews 9-Jan-2016 11:58 AM IST RM Comments

For the first time, there is something we get to see in the Tamil film industry and it is ‘Miruthan’, which happens to be a Zombie based movie. The film is directed by Sakthi Soundar Rajan and is produced by S. Michael Rayappan under the banner of Global Infotainment Pvt Ltd with Jayam Ravi and Lakshmi Menon in lead roles.

The album has a mix of genres, which comes with reprised and Karaoke versions too.

Munnal Kadhali
Singers: Vishal Dadlani and Sharanya

Obviously, the song title itself signifies that it’s all about a pathos of a boy over seeing his ex-girlfriend moving away with another boy. The lyrical lines clearly brings out the emotions, but there are certain positive things in the lines. Vishal Dadlani is extremely on his best to offer the power packed performance.

Bitten by Insanity – Theme

D Imman turns mad with an impeccable hard and heavy metal music with groovy orchestral that brings out an eerie feeling. It should be more powerful on the screens.

Veri Veri Veri
Singer: Suraj Jagan and Maria Kavita

Heavy metals that starts off with the theme music of Anirudh’s Trouper Theme in Kaaki Sattai. But the song has an herculean impact through the track with Suraj Jagan. The musical accompaniments are the greatest assets to this song.

Mirutha Mirutha
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas

This is one of the most cherry pick songs of this album as it carries soulful emotions. As it happens in all the composing by D Imman, this song too brings an iconic work from Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas on his part adds up an intense work.

Horrifying Zombies – Theme music

As the track lists it, this is all about the theme music and maybe, something that occurs during the point of Zombies appearing on the screens. The detailing we find across the tracks are more appreciable.

Rest of the album has Karaoke versions of Munaal Kadhali and Mirutha Mirutha, which too has a reprise version.

The film as known to everyone belongs to a new genre and D Imman has exerted an impactful work through his musical chords with some uniqueness. While the soft paced numbers like ‘Mirutha Mirutha’ and ‘Munnaal Kadhali’ instantly grab our attention, rest of the numbers are mostly based on the situational theme and would look better on the screens.

Verdict : Definitely a different attempt

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