Thursday 3 December 2009

vTv Audio Launch | London - Dec 18

Gautham Vasudev Menon and his producers have pulled a rabbit out of their hat! They are going to hold the biggest ever audio launch of their forthcoming Silambarasan-Trisha musical entertainer Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (VV) which has music by AR Rahman, in a London theatre on December 18.

It is going to be a red carpet affair, with VTV’s producers flying in nearly 20 to 30 VIP Kollywood celebrity guests from Chennai to London to give an authentic feel to the event. Simbu, Trisha, Gautham along with Rahman will be there at the audio launch.

One of the producers of the film said, “Already, a team from our production unit is in London making all the arrangements for this big event, with a theatre hired for it. Today, our cinema is big worldwide, thanks to the Tamil diaspora which loves Kollywood entertainers, especially musicals. VV is the first release of AR Rahman in Tamil after he got the Oscars. He is already an international brand. So, it will be a major event.”

There are six songs in the film tuned by the ace musician, out of which three will be screened at the London audio launch. Those who have seen some songs from the film are raving about it. A spokesperson of the music company which has procured the audio rights of the film for a record price said, “The songs of Rahman are simply amazing and the picturisation of Gautham Menon is out of this world. The Rahman- Gautham combo is sure to rock. The album will certainly make it to the number one position, it’s awesome.” The feedback from those who have heard the songs are that it is “pure vintage Rahman”

Silambarasan feels the songs from the film have come out well, and the story and treatment are fresh and will appeal to all. The buzz is that Gautham has taken special care over the music of the film, as he has a point to prove. Remember that after his fall out with Harris Jayaraj, his detractors were saying that without his favourite music director, he cannot churn out a hit. Now, with the hype surrounding VTV and its music, the film has become one of the hottest projects in the trade. The musical extravaganza is now slated for a Valentine week release in February.


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