It's Raining Music for a Good Cause

Raindropps, a youth-based social organisation, is all set to organise its annual fund-raising musical evening Isai Sangamam.

Published: 02nd July 2015 03:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2015 03:44 AM   |  A+A-

Raindropps, a youth-based social organisation, is all set to organise its annual fund-raising musical evening Isai Sangamam. The event, which will be organised in aid of Educate A Child project, will have playback singers A R Raihanah, Bhavatharani, Kalpana Ragavendar, Uthra Unnikrishnan, Saindhavi, Velmurugan, Mohammed Aslam, Abhay Jodhpurkar, MLR Karthikeyan, Hariharasudhan, Mukesh and many more performing. They will be accompanied by Gentlemen Orchestra and performances will be by Twist N Turn Dance Studio. Leading celebrities and Kollywood stars are expected to be part of the noble cause. The concert will support the education of less privileged children from Seers Girls Home, Balagurukulam, and 12 students from Chennai, says Aravind, founder and creative head of Raindropss.

Raining Music.jpgApart from supporting and sponsoring the education expenses of underprivileged children through fund raising events, the organisation, which has music director A R Raihanah as its brand ambassador, also spreads social awareness messages.

The theme song of the event — Educate a Child — has been composed by Girinandh and penned by Niranjan Bharathi. Isai Sangamam’15 was launched by Kakka Muttai actors Vignesh and Ramesh in Satyam Cinemas recently, during the special screening of the movie organised by Raindropss for the less privileged children of Seers Home.

The event will take place on July 5 at Kamarajar Arangam. Tickets can be booked online at

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