Shreya Ghoshal croons in ‘Nalanum Nandhiniyum’
Popular playback singer Shreya Ghoshal crooned for ‘Nalanum Nandhiniyum’ starring Michael Thangadurai and ‘Attakathi’ Nandita in the lead. The song was recorded in Mumbai yesterday and the audio launch of the movie is scheduled to happen in the month of April in Switzerland.
Lyrics of the songs in the film are penned by Gangai Amaren, Madan Karky and Niranjan Bharathi and the music is composed by newbie Ashwath N.
‘Nalanum Nandhiniyum’ is directed Venkatesh, by a former assistant director of Venkat Prabhu and the cast list of the film is completed by Jayaprakash, Renuka and Parotta Suri. Produced by Ravinder Chandirasekaran under the banner Libra Productions, ‘Nalanum Nandhiniyum’ is a rom-com that is set to hit the screens for the summer.
Nalanum Nandhiniyum (English: Nalan and Nadhini) is a 2014 Tamil romance film written and directed by Venkatesan R., a former associate director of Venkat Prabhu, here making his debut as solo director. Having ventured under Ravindar Chandrasekaran’s production house, The Libra Productions, the film features Michael Thangadurai and Nandita Swetha in lead roles.
The audio launch was held on June 1 at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland along with the audios of Thillu Mullu and Sutta Kadhai. Behindwoods wrote:”The album houses complex and beautiful melodies, but feels in need of more hooks”.
Audio and Trailer Launch in Chennai happened 19 March.
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Sample usage of app includes locating CBSE exam centres, viewing school results, calculating crop insurance premium, accessing soil health cards, booking OPD appointments at government hospitals and viewing lab reports from there, registering and applying for the PMKY scheme, raising EPFO claims and more.
January 7th, 2013 – tamilkey.com