Exotic stories are unconventional surprises and this comes with ‘Miruthan’, which happens to be South industry’s first ever Zombie based movie. The film is directed by Sakthi Soundar Rajan and is produced by S Michael Rayappan with Jayam Ravi and Lakshmi Menon in lead roles. D Imman has come up with different experiments for this album.
Singers: Vishal Dadlani and Sharanya
Vishal Dadlani has been throwing up the most captivating spell through his vocalisms. The Bollywood’s most celebrated music director Vishal is back again to rule with an emotional soulful song that gets very well adorned with the appreciable rendition by Sharanya.
Bitten by Insanity – Theme Music
Quite an odd number that takes away our attention! The theme music isn’t really something outlandish and less captivating. Although, there is some good works on the instrumental parts, it could gradually have its impact displayed only with the visuals.
Veri Veri Veri
Singer: Suraj Jagan and Maria Kavita
This sounds like a song that will have an outburst and avenging mode from the hero, where the time comes to bang up the Zombies and the men responsible behind it. The song has heavy pumping music from the backdrops and the intonating vocalism. The singers are so equipped with mammoth energy to offer the best work on rendition.
Singer: Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas
Soulful melody that brings up an emotional feeling and Shreya Ghoshal offers an intense depth with accordance to the musical accompaniment. Vijay Yesudas on his part endows a naturalness through his best paradigms of music.
Horrifying Zombies – Theme music
We have heard a lot of this panache in many Hollywood movies and D Imman has tried more impactful to give something on this same musical genre.. It’s a fast paced number that brings in lots of guitars and strings with percussion.
Miruthan Music Review
The album carries forth a package of few karaoke and reprised versions, which will be surely an engrossing element for the music lovers.
On the whole, ‘Miruthan’ has some commendable numbers on melodious genres and rest of the tracks are completely bounded to screenplay, which should look best with visuals.
Verdict: Convincing music by Imman