‘Yennamo Nadakudhu’ Audio Launched
‘Yennamo Nadakudhu’ starring Vijay Vasanth and Mahima in lead roles is produced by Vinod Kumar under the banner of Triple V Records. The ...
Premgi Amaran composes music to this film that had the audio launch this morning at Kamala Cinemas in Chennai. Bharathiraja released the audio CD that was released by Bharathiraja. The audio launch was graced by the young league of revolutionary filmmakers liker Atlee, Nalan Kumarasamy, ‘Moodar Koodam’ fame Naveen, ‘Ethir Neechal’ Senthil, ‘Vidiyum Munn’ Balaji K Kumar and many others.
On this occasion, Bharathiraja said, “Tamil Cinema has witnessed an incredulous growth with the emergence of talented filmmakers and producers. They are coming up with a different approach and treatment. After watching ‘Moodar Koodam’, I was very much surprised to see is it this young guy, who made such an appealing film. I must admit that Nalan Kumarasamy has an unique method of storytelling and is bound to a special panache. Being such a young boy, Atlee has fascinated me a lot with his technical genius methods. Hats off to director Senthil and I’m proud that he has scaled great heights with his spellbinding directorial skills.”
Stepping on to the praise of Vijay Vasanth, Bharathiraja said, “I loved his performance in Nadodigal and there is another reason that makes me fond of him. Both of us have same dark skin complexion. This colour is the identity of Tamilian. Premgi Amaran has the musical blessing running through his veins. Saranya Ponvannan is a special blessing to this film and her dance sequence in this film has been done well. Her performance as a mother in each and every film is exquisitely fine.”
K.E. Gnanavel Raja, secretary of Tamil Film Producer Council stated that it’s not just the dance of hero and heroine, but Saranya Ponvannan song will make every mother to shake their legs out of rejoice.
Totting up the event was Premji Amaran’s jocular statement as he uttered, “I have composed music for many albums, but they were all low-budget projects, which didn’t earn me good fame. But I am happy that ‘Yennamo Nadakudhu’ is a big-budget one and will surely earn me a good name. I am elated to see that my image has been printed on audio CD cover. When I approached my uncle Maestro Ilayaraja, he said, “Are you playing spoof on me as I can see the dress and looks of mine there in you.” I gladly replied that the producers asked me to compose music like Ilayaraja and in turn I told, “I cannot definitely do it, but instead can give a pose like him.” The entire auditorium was spangled with irresistible laughter and it took a long time for the crowded laughter to settle down.