‘Ulaganayagan’ and ‘Superstar’ helped Ghibran at Bhutan’s border

‘Ulaganayagan’ and ‘Superstar’ helped Ghibran at Bhutan’s border
‘Ulaganayagan’ and ‘Superstar’ helped Ghibran at Bhutan’s border
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‘Ulaganayagan’ Kamal Haasan and ‘Superstar’ Rajinikanth has helped us at the border of Bhutan,” says Ghibran, the composer of the tamil feature movie, “Chennai 2 Singapore.” The movie’s Audio Drive was launched by one of Kollywood’s leading actor Surya and was kicked off from Chennai on 12 August. It has been nearly eleven days since the historical journey began for composer Ghibran.

The team have successfully crossed the border of Bhutan in their black Ford Endeavor and have launched the film’s second song ‘Poda’. Penned by Sikkander and Anbukani, the feet tapping number is crooned by RJ Balaji and Abishek and is expected top the charts. Penned by Sikkander and Anbukani, the feet tapping number ‘Poda’ is crooned by RJ Balaji and Abishek.

Ghibran together with his Chennai 2 Singapore team were blocked by highway officials at the border of Bhutan for not having a key document. This is a prerequisite when crossing national borders.

“We knew that we were in trouble, but when the security officers came to know that I had composed songs for Kamal Sir’s films like Vishwaroopam, Uttama Villain, Papanasam and Thoongavanam, they were thrilled. We had a chat over a cup of tea and they were eager to find out about Superstar’s stylish performance in Kabali. They even listened to the two songs from Chennai 2 Singapore and loved them. I’m glad that Tamil cinema is well-received even in this part of the world,” said an elated Ghibran.

The team is on the way to Myanmar to release the third song from Chennai 2 Singapore.

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