The first thing that strikes you while running your eye on the song list of Mozhi is that there are no duets in it. Coming as it does from ‘Duet Films’ that is an interesting irony. This clearly sets you up for something interesting. And make no mistake, Vidyasagar doesn’t disappoint. He delivers big time.
To put it simply, Vidyasagar has given music as much for your soul as he has done for your ears. Vidyasagar has chosen to give seven sterling melodies that are dipped in honey and heart.
The numbers carry with them a unique taste that is bound to show up on a cool evening when you walk, chasing the rainbow of your mind. They will show up when you play with your doggie. They will show up when your child smiles at you. They will show up on a lightless night when nature communicates with you. They will show up in silence. They will show up in a tight embrace. They will show up in your highs and lows.
And that is its success.
Vidyasagar has given play to all his vivid imagination knowing full well that the producer Prakash Raj would back his experiment with musical poetry.
In the event, we have to thank the undoubted talent of the musician and the producer’s big heart in reaffirming his faith in good music.
Mozhi is the language of poetry and piety.