I have composed two songs for ‘Savarakkathi’ : Arrol Corelli

I have composed two songs for ‘Savarakkathi' : Arrol Corelli. Am pretty sure that the beauty of that song can be felt along with the visuals says Arrol Corelli
I have composed two songs for ‘Savarakkathi' : Arrol Corelli. Am pretty sure that the beauty of that song can be felt along with the visuals says Arrol Corelli
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I have composed two songs for ‘Savarakkathi’ : Arrol Corelli

Violin is considered to be the Queen of All instruments, and it is a must to say that Music Director Arrol Corelli is a master in synchronizing the bow and strings of the violin. Hailed from the New Chennai – Maraimalai Nagar, the professional Chartered Accountant has stepped into Tamil film industry by his debut film ‘PISASU’. Though the film had only one song, the background scores and the solo song ‘Nathi Pogum Koozhangal Payanam’ has been greatly appreciated by the audience as well as by the Music Critics. Evolved as a most Promising composer in Tamil film Industry, Arrol Corelli now continues his harmonic minors in the upcoming film ‘SAVARAKKATHI’. Written and produced by Mysskin under the banner ‘Lone Wolf Productions’ and Directed by GR Aadithya the film ‘SAVARAKKATHI’ has Director Ram – Poorna in the lead.

“Mysskin sir’s films will always be deeply intense, and he has a certain genre of Music for his stories….Understanding his style and composing on that is what matters…. I can able to sense his feel and expectations…

I have composed two songs for ‘SAVARAKKATHI’. One is ‘Thangakkathi, Irumbukkathi’, and the other one is ‘Annandhu Par’ for which Tamizhachi Thangapandiyan has penned the lyrics. Since the second song purely has the montage visuals, we haven’t released that in our Music launch… I am pretty sure that the beauty of that song can be felt along with the visuals… I am very much thankful to Mysskin sir for roping me in ‘SAVARAKKATHI’ and it was my pleasure to work with Director Ram sir and Director Aadithya…” says Arrol Corelli, the composer of ‘SAVARAKKATHI’ in an enthusiastic tone.

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