The new Beast movie has a song that will be a hit among rap enthusiasts. The track has been watched more than 20 million times in just one day. Anirudh Ravichander sung the song alongside Jonita Ahmed and Thalapathy Vjay. It's written and directed by Nelson Dilipkumar. This is also the very first single to be taken from the film.
The Arabic Kuthu Tamil is a romantic track about love that features Maheshbabu and Keerthy Sosh. This romantic number has been praised and will be included in the video. The lyricists, Sid Sriram and Jonita Gandhi are both well versed in Arabic music. Both have sang the Arabic kuthu song. It's a mix of traditional Tamil cinema and contemporary pop.
Anirudh Ravichander is also the music director for the movie's 'Beast-style' song, titled Chellama. This song has more than 21,000,000 views on YouTube. Samantha Ruth Prabhu penned the songs "Arabic Kuthu" and"Arabic Kuthu" which are more popular that the originals. Both films have received positive reviews and are expected to release in April.
Jonita's catchy song, Halamathi Habio, is an original song. It's got an interesting twist that will have you replaying it over and over. The film is due out on April 6 and its release date coincides with the release of Yash's KGF Chapter 2. Review of the film is available below.
This track is the debut single from the forthcoming Beast film, and it is the first song to be released from the film. Blue Sattai The track has been a major hit previously and has been generating plenty of hype for the movie. The viral video that was released along with the song was released during Valentine's Day. It also features Anirudh and Jonita Gandhi. The two men share a deep and romantic relationship and are both accomplished musicians.
It's unlikely to be a hit when the lyrics don't fit with what you'd are used to from Thalapathy. It's more of an advertisement track rather than a genuine contender for the top spot in the film's soundtrack. You may see it in the closing credits. This is a standard location for chartbuster tracks. Even though it did not contain any words, it received positive reviews from critics.
Mari Selvaraj’s narration is an amalgamation of raw and polished. This makes the film less interesting. The director has tried to inject new elements into his narrative and the result is an inconsistent experience that's more of a hybrid than a movie. The director does a fantastic job, and the cast is skilled. It's truly a emotional film that is filled with lovely moments of tenderness.