Music by Ilayaraja, the first song of the multilingual musical film “Music School” was released, ‘Mummy Saying Word’.
Music by Ilayaraja, the first song of the multilingual film “Music School” which is based on music, ‘Mummy Sollum Voorda’ was released.
After the release of the motion poster with the release date announcement from the multilingual musical film “Music School” with the music of Maestro Ilayaraja, the makers have now surprised the fans by releasing the first song from the film. This song which starts with ‘Mummy Saying Word’ gives an introduction to the film and appeals to today’s modern youth.
Insisting on attaining the highest educational qualification to succeed in life, subtly mocking the constant dominance of parents, the song ‘Mummy Sayings’ tells the story of children living independently of their parents and beautifully portrays the world of modern-day youth through the film’s characters.
Composed by Ilayaraja, the song ‘Mommy Saying Word’ is penned by PA Vijay and sung by Priya Mali, Sarath Santhosh, Hrithik Jayakish, Neha Krish, Padmaja Srinivasan and RS Raktaksh. Choreographer Adam Murray has choreographed the song.
In addition to addressing the current academic pressures young students face, the film “Music School” also emphasizes the importance of school children’s overall development. Emphasizing the balance between academic achievements and non-academic activities, the film beautifully portrays a very important and serious subject in an entertaining manner through 11 songs. Three of the songs are based on classical music to appeal to the Indian audience.
The lead stars Shreya Saran, Sharman Joshi, Shaam and Prakash Raj along with debutants Osu Baruah and Gracey Goswami in pivotal roles. They are joined by other actors from Music School Benjamin Gilani, Suhasini Mule, Mona Ambekankar, Leela Samson, Bux Bhargava, Vinay Verma, Srikanth Iyengar, Waqar Sheikh, Fani Aghior and many other child stars.
Produced by Hyderabad-based Yamini Films, this multilingual film is shot in Hindi and Telugu and dubbed in Tamil. PVR is releasing the Hindi and Tamil versions and Dil Raju is releasing the Telugu version on 12 May 2023.