After a long time, an original sound track of a Tamil film will be available in the market in the CD format. The film is none other than Nandhalala with the magical music score of Maestro Ilayaraja. Director Mysskin revealed this in an interview recently. The director is joining hands with the maestro for the first time and says, "working with Ilayaraja is a totally different experience."
He further says, "When I worked for my first two films, I was very interactive with my music director. But with him, as he knew everything, there was not much for me to explain. So I gave suggestions only in areas where I felt like having something different. Once Ilayaraja saw the film, he suggested the idea of using musicians from abroad for the score."
"So we flew in symphony musicians from the Budapest orchestra and we've introduced rarely-used instruments like Oboe for the score. The last 50 minutes of the film will have no dialogue and it is only the score that'll carry the film forward."
"We do have a plan of releasing the OST (original soundtrack) as an album but we'll wait till the film's release. There are three songs in the film and I believe that at least two will turn out to be even greater hits than my previous film songs."