Yuvan Shankar Raja will star in a video album

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Post by Guest on Tue Apr 01, 2008 3:46 pm

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Guess whose music youngsters in Tamil Nadu swear by now? Nope, it is not A R Rahman but the youngest son of Ilayaraja, Yuvan Shankar Raja. Yuvan has sensed the pulse of the young audience, and surprisingly, has wowed them not with fast numbers but soulful melodies. Yuvan stormed into the music scene with the highly successful Kathal Kondein, in which he used western classical, piano and choir music liberally. With 7G Rainbow Colony and Manmadan, he hit big league.

Now, this young music director will star in a video album soon. The album will be a supplement to the audio CD of the music track of Venkat Prabhu’s forthcoming movie 'Saroja', for which Yuvan does the music. The video album will be released with the audio CD.


The movie is being made simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. Yuvans’s music in the film, the director ascertains, will elevate him to the next level of his career. The music track will have all kind of songs but all the songs would fall in to the kind of “never heard before”.
The director, music director, and producer are heading to Singapore to compose the music. The team is planning to compose a song in MOS (Ministry of Sound), Asia’s biggest night club, located in Singapore. The song will have Chinese and Singapore singers. The song will later be shot in the same place. Yuvan will compose the song in ‘Heavy Metal’, a genre of rock music that developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s. This is the first time he tries to compose in this genre. The unit, aiming to have the sound effects as one the major attractions of the movie, is trying to rope in one of the two lead sound designers of the famous Hollywood flick ‘Lord of the Rings’.

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