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    Shaan Feels Delighted To Sing & Act For Ilaiyaraaja Musical Film ‘Music School’: “The Theme Of The Film Felt Personal To Me”

    Shaan ropes in actor-singer for Ilaiyaraaja musical film ‘Music School’ (Photo Credits: Instagram / Shaan MusicLabel)

    Veteran singer Shaan will be seen as a singer and actor in Papa Rao Biyala’s Hindi directorial debut ‘Music School’. The director-writer was completely impressed with the singer as the latter sang in Ilaiyaraaja’s studio after which he was offered a role in the upcoming film.

    Will witness the upcoming film, starring Sharman Joshi and Shriya Saran singer In the role of Saran’s ex-boyfriend. The special thing is that apart from acting, he will also sing a song in which he will be seen.

    Filmmaker Papa Rao Biyala says: “The moment I saw Shaan sing at Ilaiyaraaja’s studio, I knew the presence of any other singer in the film would not be worth the bill. I welcome him on board. As he has captivated audiences for many years, with ‘Music School’ he will be seen enthralling audiences through acting and singing. There are so many exciting things in music for audiences and we look forward to meeting him in theatres. can not do. “

    Sharing his joy on foraying into music, Shaan says: “I am happy to be stepping into music by someone else great master Ilaiyaraja. It is a film that highlights the difference in a student’s life in music, art and sports. I found the subject of the film personal and I thank Papa Rao sir for conceptualizing this film. I am thrilled to be acting and singing for it.”

    Music School, produced by Yamini Films and written and directed by Papa Rao Biyala, is a unique bilingual (Hindi and Telugu) musical composed by Ilaiyaraaja, choreographed by Broadway choreographer Adam Murray, with Kiran Devhans and cinematography. Starring Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran, Suhasini Mulay, Benjamin Gilani, Prakash Raj, Telugu comedian Brahmanandam, Vinay Varma, Mona Ambegaonkar, Gracy Goswami and Ozu Barua.

    It is a 12-song musical film about the unimaginable education system’s pressure on children to untangle equations and aim only to become doctors or engineers, not to leave time for art or sports.

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