Swagathaanjali, first single from Lyca’s ‘Chandramukhi 2’, released!
‘Swagathaanjali’, the first single from director P Vasu’s much-awaited horror-comedy, ‘Chandramukhi 2’, featuring actors Raghava Lawrence and Kangana Ranaut in the lead and produced by none other than Lyca Productions Subaskaran, was released on Friday.
Chandramukhi 2, which happens to be ace director P Vasu’s 65th directorial, will also feature Vaigai Puyal Vadivelu, Mahima Nambiar, Lakshmi Menon, Srushti Dange, Rao Ramesh, Vignesh, Ravi Maria, Suresh Menon and Subiksha Krishnan among others.
The film has cinematography by R D Rajasekhar and music by Oscar winner M M Keeravani. Art direction is by eminent art director Thotta Tharani and editing is by Antony.
Lyca productions has produced this film, which has elements of action, horror and comedy, on a lavish scale. Under the able leadership of G K M Tamilkumaran, work on the film, which is in its final stages, is progressing at a brisk pace.
The character looks of Raghava Lawrence as Vettaiyan and Kangana Ranaut as Chandramukhi in the film, which were released some days ago by the film unit, have received a fabulous response from both fans and film buffs. The first looks have raised the already huge expectations from the film even higher.
It is under these circumstances that the makers of the film today released the first single from the film titled ‘Swagathaanjali’.
Written by lyricist Chaitanya Prasad, the mesmerising number ‘Swagathaanjali’ has been set to tune by Oscar winner M M Keeravani and rendered by singer Srinidhi Tirumala. Kangana Ranaut as Chandramukhi appears in this number, the dance moves of which have been choreographed by dance master Kala. The makers of the film expect the single to be a sensational hit, garnering millions of views on the Internet.
The film, which has been made by a formidable unit comprising Lyca Productions, director P Vasu, actors Raghava Lawrence, Kangana Ranaut and music director M M Keeravani, is scheduled to hit screens around the world for Vinayakar Chathurthi in several Indian languages including Tamil and Telugu.