The audio of the upcoming film, Thiraipada Nagaram, is a medley of interesting tunes

What it is about…

Udhyam Screens and Pasathai Movies jointly present Thiraipada Nagaram written and directed by S.P. Gnanamozhi. The cast includes Muthu, Priya, Senthil, Devadharshini, Hasim, Elizabeth, Kumar, Thenali, Thambi Ramaiah, S.N. Surender, “Kadhal” Dhandapani, R. Sundarajan and Gana Bala. The movie has music by Nithyan Karthik, cinematography by K. Nithya and editing by M.R. Srinivasan.

As for the story, a group of youngsters leave their native place and head to Chennai in the hope of getting a break in the film industry. On reaching the city of their dreams, they rent a house whose owner is very supportive of them. A film production manager recommends them to various film companies. One fine day, all of them get a chance in a big-budget film. But unfortunately, difference of opinion crops up among them. What follows forms an interesting climax.

The audio was released by director-actor K. Bhagyaraj and received by the whole unit.

What they say…

Producer-director S.P. Gnanamozhi: I came to Chennai to direct movies. After producing and directing Manathile Oru Paattu and Manavan Ninaithal, Thiraipada Nagaram is my third film. What all happens in the film field is being told in an interesting manner in the film. Vathiyar S. Subramaniam and Erode Tha. Mansoor are producing the movie with me.

Hero Ashim: I have been trying to get into the film industry for the past six years. What has been portrayed in the film is nothing but reality, as I had been through it all myself in my pursuit of becoming an actor. I got a chance to work in Gnanamozhi’s earlier film Manavan Ninaithal. I thank him for this striking role in Thiraipada Nagaram.

Music director Nithin Karthik: I have so far scored the music for eight films, including Kalam. Three of my films are in the re-recording stage. As Thiraipada Nagaram is based on filmdom, a subject close to my heart, I was kicked about composing the music for it. The songs and re-recording were completed in no time and I am getting a positive response from different quarters.

Music Highlights: There are five songs in the album. ‘Thamizh Nattin” sung by Gana Bala and written by the director, provides an energetic start to the album. The composer has written ‘Eno Thano’ sung by Senthil Das and Haripriyadharshini, a captivating track. ‘Perai Sonnale,’ sung by the music director and written by Chithirai Selvan, makes for pleasant listening. ‘Oru Murai Than’ written by the director and sung by V.V. Prasanna is a feel-good number. Last but not the least, ‘Sothanai Ellam,’ sung by Pushpavanam Kuppusamy and written by Thambi Ramaiah, sets the mood for introspection — a likeable track with a folksy touch.