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Mynaa audio review

Flies high

Prabhu Solomon's Mynaa is ready for release this Deepavali. Produced by Shalom Studios and presented by Udhayanidhi Stalin's Red Gaint Movies, the film stars new comers Vidharth and Anaka of Sindhu Samaveli fame in the lead roles. Music is by D Imman. Yugabharathi, Eknaath have written the lyrics.
The album has five songs and it won the amdiration of stalwarts like Kamal Haasan and Bala, who graced the audio launch.
Imman has come out of his typical self to score music in an unique way.

Mynaa Mynaa (Shaan)

The title song is rendered by Shaan. It is smooth to begin and gains momentum as it progresses. Entertaining rhythm is its highlight. Shaan is bubbly and energetic.

Kichu Kichu Thaambulam (Baby Harini, Solar Sai)

It is all about fantasy, fun and mischief. It is more a narration, the song unfolds at an interesting pace. More of North Indian instruments being used, the song makes an interesting listen. The interludes are catchy.

Neeyum Naanum (Benny Dayal, Shreya Ghoshal)

The peppy number with voices of Benny Dayal, Shreya Ghoshal is a delight to listen to. With use of catchy instruments, Imman manages to create an enchanting feel. The instrumentation is good and so are the interludes.

Jingu Chikka (Solar Sai, Kalpana)

Imman is at his best here. It is a racy riveting folk number.
Penned by Yughabharathi, it is inspired by the tunes of popular gaana songs. Solar Sai and Kalpana renders it with great energy

Kaiya Pudi (Naresh Iyer, Sadhana Sargam)

One for the music-lovers. It is sweet to listen to. A mix of melody and rhythm, there is harmony in the tune. Naresh Iyer and Sadhana Sargam give their best singing it.

All said, Mynaa is an album that is worth listening to and don't be surprised if you listen to a new Imman here!

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