Khali quarter goes viral in Sandalwood

With Rambo, actor Sharan hit a jackpot and now he seems to be recreating the magic with his upcoming film, Victory and already tasting success is the song in the film, Khali Quarter.

Published: 08th August 2013 08:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th August 2013 02:12 PM   |  A+A-

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With Rambo, actor Sharan hit a jackpot and now he seems to be recreating the magic with his upcoming film, Victory. And already tasting success is the song in the film, Khali Quarter (lyrics by Yograj Bhat and music by Arjun Janya), which is going viral. Many Sandalwood celebrities are praising everything about the song including the lyrics, tune and picturisation. For the actor-turned-producer, this is definitely a big boost. He says, “It is been a long time that somebody has tried a song like this and the lyrics indeed turned magical. There is also some philosophy in the lines, which adds to the magic. These lyrics written by Yograj Bhat have managed to bring in the middle class touch which is the highlight of the song,” he says. Celebrities who have listened to the song have been all praise for it. Sharan reveals, “Darshan liked the song so much that he danced to the tunes at one of his private parties. It was Tarun Sudhir who came up with the concept of asking the opinion of celebrities and we got some great feedback,” says Sharan.

 

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