Yuvan Shankar Raja‘s new beginning after the century mark comes with a much bigger package – Ajith‘s Arambam.
The album opens with Adadada Arrambame crooned by Shankar Mahadevan followed by En Fuse Pochu with Karthik and Ramya NSK as the singers.
What follows next is Hare Rama (Tanvi Shah, Shakthisree Gopalan), Melala Vedhikkudhu (Vijay Yesudas, KG Ranjith and Shwetha Mohan) and finally with Stylish Tamizhachi rendered by MM Manasu, Rubba Bend and Psycho Unit.
Pa. Vijay has penned lyrics for all the songs and the final track is written in association with Rubba Bend and Psycho Unit.
‘Arambam’ Audio Launch
Director Vishnuvardhan had kept the title of Thala Ajith‘s 53rd a suspense for a very long time. Once the film almost wrapped up shooting, the team revealed the name to be ‘Arambam‘, and from then on, the project has seen fast progress.
The film is into post production now and the team is optimistic of Diwali release. Meanwhile, the film’s music album, composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja is all set to be launched this month, on 19th.
Although an official announcement is awaited, the news is almost confirmed and the team is gearing up for the grand event. With an enviable star cast and unparalleled action sequences, the film is making headlines every day and this has added to the curiosity value of the project.
The film has Ajith, Aarya, Nayantara and Tapsee to its star cast, among others.
‘Arambam’ Music in Stores Next Week
Just like every other prudent audio launch of Ajith‘s film, his most awaited ‘Arambam‘ is launching its audio on September 19th, but in all modesty, and there will be no grand function for the launch.
Carrying forward the tradition of the successful combination of Yuvan Shankar Raja and Ajith, after movies like ‘Billa 2‘, ‘Aegan‘, ‘Mankathaa‘ and ‘Dheena‘, and the phenomenally successful trio Ajith–Vishnuvardhan–Yuvan after ‘Billa‘, here comes the musical notes of ‘Arambam‘, which has Nayantara, Aarya and Tapsee apart from Thala in the lead.
The music album is released by Sony Music; since the label owns the rights for the music of Karthi‘s ‘All In All Azhagu Raja‘ as well, Sony has decided to release the album of the latter, a little later, after the launch of ‘Arambam‘ music, to avoid clash.
With both the films hitting the screens on Diwali, the movie rights of both are selling like hot cakes.