Mumbai, Oct 12 (SocialNews.XYZ) Renowned singer Shaan will be witnessed as a singer and actor in Papa Rao Biyyala’s Hindi directorial debut ‘Music School’. The director-author was completely amazed by the singer as the latter sang in Ilaiyaraaja’s studio right after which he was offered a section in the upcoming film.
Starring Sharman Joshi and Shriya Saran, the forthcoming movie will witness Shaan in the function of Saran’s ex-boyfriend. What is actually additional is that aside from acting, he will also be singing a music that shall function him.
Filmmaker Papa Rao Biyyala claims: “The moment I noticed Shaan sing at Ilaiyaraaja’s studio, I knew that the existence of no other singer would suit the bill in the film. I welcome him on board. As a singer he has regaled listeners for lots of many years, with ‘Music School’ he will be found charming the audience by performing and singing. The musical has a ton of exciting things in retailer for the audience and we won’t be able to hold out to fulfill them in theatres.”
Sharing his joy on stepping aboard the musical, Shaan claims: “I am joyful to have stepped aboard a musical by none other than legendary maestro Ilaiyaraaja. It really is a movie that highlights the variance an upbringing in new music, arts and sports can make to a pupil’s lifetime. The theme of the movie felt particular to me and I thank Papa Rao sir for conceptualising this movie. I am thrilled to be performing and singing for it.”
Produced by Yamini Movies and created and directed by Papa Rao Biyyala, ‘Music School’, a one-of-a-variety bilingual (Hindi and Telugu) musical by Ilaiyaraaja, is choreographed by Broadway choreographer Adam Murray, with cinematography by Kiran Deohans and starring Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran, Suhasini Mulay, Benjamin Gilani, Prakash Raj, Telugu comic Brahmanandam, Vinay Varma, Mona Ambegaonkar, Gracy Goswamy and Ozu Barua.
It is a 12-song musical movie about the pressure of the unimaginative education process on kids to mug equations and intention only to come to be physicians or engineers, leaving no time for arts or athletics.