Now Sharan Sings for Vajrakaya

Published: 05th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2015 03:55 AM   |  A+A-


Actor Sharan will soon join the bandwagon of stars lending their voices for a song. A Harsha, the director of the upcoming film Vajrakaya with Shivarajkumar playing the lead, has convinced the actor for a song which requires comical expressions.

Harsha, who has already got Dhanush to sing a song, says, “I have heard Sharan singing and since he is a good friend of mine, I wanted him to sing for my film. This apart, the song is funny and needs the right expression through voice. The picturisation of the song has come out very well and I felt that only Sharan’s voice could match it.”

Sharan, who has sung a song for his film Raja Rajendra feels that it is a great responsibility given to him by Harsha. “I consider it a honour. I am a fan of Shivarajkumar and when I met him recently, he enquired about the song,” he says.

The actor states that he had resisted the idea of singing for many years but when Arjun Janya insisted, he sang for his own film, Raja Rajendra. “Now I have got another chance with Vajrakaya,” says Sharan.

The actor, who is currently busy with Bullet Bashya, will be rehearsing for a day or two before he goes for the final take on March 7 or 8. “I guess it will be the last song to be added to the album,” he says.

Vajrakaya, produced by C R Monahar and music by Arjun Janya, is looking at an audio launch around Ugadi.

Meanwhile, the latest buzz is that Sharan may join hands with director Harsha for a film titled Jai Maruthi 800, which will be going on floors after they both complete their presents projects. “It is too early to talk about this project as we want everything to be finalised before we make any announcement,” says Sharan.

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