- Producer : Suresh Raj, Binoy Shankarath, Ragy Thomas
- Staring : Prithviraj, Parvathy Menon, Tovino Thomas, Bala, Saikumar, Shashi Kumar, Lena, Sudheer Karamana, Sudheesh, Kalaranjini, Surabhi, Indrans, Sija Rose etc.
- Director : R S Vimal
- Music Director : Pandit Ramesh Narayan, M Jayachandran
There are six songs in ‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’, three of which have been composed by M Jayachandran and the rest three by Pandit Ramesh Narayan…Almost all the songs in the film are good ones and the film has ended up being a musical hit…There is also the ‘Mukkathe penne…” bit, composed by Gopi Sundar, which serves as part of the background score of the film…
Kannondu chollanu :
The melodious duet, sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas, is a soothing, pleasant melody. There is some element of the folk in the music and both Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas have rendered the song melodiously. The flute bits in the song are real good…This song is composed by M Jayachandran.
Kaathirunnu kaathirunnu :
Hats off to M Jayachandran and Shreya Ghoshal! – That’s what you’d say after hearing this wonderful melody. Shreya Ghoshal simply excels herself and delivers wonderfully lilting rendition of the solo song. M Jayachandran seems to be extra careful regarding the orchestration, it’s real good. You wouldn’t forget this song that easily…
Iruvanji Puzhappenne :
M Jayachandran has composed and sung this song, which has a full-fledged folk base and the lyrics of which, penned by Rafeeq Ahamed, too are brilliant. The song syncs in perfectly well with the film’s theme and mood…
Composed by Pandit Ramesh Narayan, based on the lines written by the immortal poet Changampuzha Krishna Pillai, and sung by veteran P Jayachandran and Shilpa Raj, the rendition and the music evoke an old-time feel. The way the singers have modulated their voices, to give the retro-feel, is what makes the song tick. The other solo version of the song is sung by Sithara Krishnakumar, but it’s the duet that works…
Ee Mazhathan :
Gifted singers Yesudas and Sujatha together sing this rather soulful song. The sad song, composed by Pandit Ramesh Narayan, could appeal to you on account of the rendition, the ever-melodious voice of ‘Ganagandharvan’ Yesudas and the sweet voice of Sujatha, but as for the tune, it may seem an oft-heard one and the song, which would remind you of many such soulful songs, may not remain in your memories for long…The song has a solo version too, sung by Yesudas.
Composed by Pandit Ramesh Narayan and sung by his daughter Madhushree Narayan, the song speaks of the pangs of separation. That the orchestration is minimal heightens the impact of the song and the rendition is real good…
Mukkathe Penne :
Composed by Gopi Sundar and sung by Mohammad Maqbool Mansoor, with chorus support by Gopi Sundar, this background score bit is no doubt as good as, or maybe even better than, any of the songs in the film. Lyrics are also by Mohammad Maqbool Mansoor. Excellent work indeed!!!