Moondru Per Moondru Kadal
What it is about
Moondru Per Moondru Kadal is about three places in Tamil literature (a hill, the seaside and a city) and the love that blossoms in there. The audio of the film produced by Mahendra Talkies was launched recently by director K.Balachander and the first copies were received by directors K.Bagyaraj, Prakash Raj and K.S. Ravi Kumar in the presence of directors Lingusamy, Saravanan, Gaurav, Stanley and Sasi, and actors Kushboo, Shantanoo and Krishna. The main roles are played by Arjun, Cheran and Vimal. The female leads are played by Lasini, Surveen and ‘Muktha’ Banu. The music has been scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja, while the lyrics have been written by Na. Muthukumar.
What they say
Producers Bharath Kumar, Mahendran, Maha Ajai Prasath: We have varied business interests, the major one being textiles. We had seen all of director Vasanth’s films and were keen on doing a film with him. We’re happy to have got that chance with Moondru Per… which has big stars.
Director S. M. Vasanth: I have done a meaningful love story — knitting three stories together. The incident that forms the screenplay makes the film absorbing. As the three stories happen in three different locations the film is a visual treat.
Hero Arjun: I have done more than 150 films, but have not so far essayed the role I play in Moondru Per….
Hero Cheran: The audience can see a smiling and pleasant Cheran in this film.
Hero Vimal: Not only my character, but also my look is different in the movie.
Music director Yuvan Shankar Raja: This is one of the best albums in recent times. Lyricist Na. Muthukumar, who has written all the songs, is happy as this is his 50th album with me. The response I got after its launch was overwhelming.
Music Highlights: There are six numbers in the album. Music director Ramesh Vinayagam has sung ‘Stop the Paattu’ in his inimitable style. ‘Kaadal Enthan Kaadal’, sung by Neha Bhasin, is enchanting, ‘Unakkagave Uyir Vaalgiren’, sung by the music director himself, showcases his talent as a singer. ‘Padapadakkudhu Maname’, sung by Krish with rap lyrics by BlaaZe, is sure to have people up and dancing. ‘Aaha Kaadal Konji Konji Pesudhae’ is rendered beautifully by Nandhini Srikar, while ‘Mazhai Mazhai’, is a fine number sung by Karthik and Shwetha.