Shaan roped in as actor-singer for Ilaiyaraaja musical film ‘Music School’

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Mumbai:

Starring Sharman Joshi and Shriya Saran, the forthcoming film will witness Shaan in the function of Saran’s ex-boyfriend. What’s extra is that aside from performing, he can even be singing a tune that shall characteristic him.




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Filmmaker Papa Rao Biyyala says: “The minute I noticed Shaan sing at Ilaiyaraaja’s studio, I knew that the presence of no different singer would match the invoice in the movie. I welcome him on board. As a singer he has regaled listeners for a few years, with ‘Music School’ he shall be seen charming the viewers by means of performing and singing. The musical has a number of thrilling issues in retailer for the viewers and we won’t wait to fulfill them in theatres.”



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Sharing his pleasure on stepping aboard the musical, Shaan says: “I’m completely happy to have stepped aboard a musical by none apart from legendary maestro Ilaiyaraaja. It’s a film that highlights the distinction an upbringing in music, arts and sports activities can make to a pupil’s life. The theme of the film felt private to me and I thank Papa Rao sir for conceptualising this film. I’m thrilled to be performing and singing for it.”

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Produced by Yamini Films and written and directed by Papa Rao Biyyala, ‘Music School’, a one-of-a-kind 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 film about the stress of the unimaginative training system on youngsters to mug equations and purpose solely to change into medical doctors or engineers, leaving no time for arts or sports activities.



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