Music director Ghibran’s background score in the recently released Thoongaavanam’s trailer has garnered a lot of attention in social media for straying away from the usual beats of Kollywood so much so that it has managed to generate a stong fan base by itself.
When in conversation with the exuberant Ghibran, he said that Thoongaavanam album will be the exact opposite of his previous works with Kamal – Uttama Villain or Papanasam. It is believed that the movie will provide ample amount of scope for music (even though there is only one song) as the dialogues are very minimal.
Ghibran who says that the people around him are the ones who influence his music most went on to add that Kamal has been a major inspiration. Ask him why the legend has chosen to work with him on consecutive projects and he smiles, “I don’t know. Kamal sir can converse with ease about musical references from 50 years behind our times and 50 years ahead of us and I think we connect on some level during such conversations.”
With the film’s sound mixing happening in Los Angeles, the EDM-based title track is expected to be released as a single soon. Floating on cloud nine, Ghibran has already signed up for his next with CV Kumar’s directorial debut, a Sundeep Kishan bilingual.