Yaan gears up for US shoot

Published: 06th April 2013 12:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2013 12:25 PM   |  A+A-


Cinematographer turned director Ravi K Chandran had recently showcased the first look of his debut film Yaan to the media. The film stars Jiiva, Thulasi Nair, Jayaprakash and Nasser amongst others. The film has been shot in Mumbai and Chennai and a foreign schedule in Morocco has been planned.

 Before that, however, producer, Elred Kumar of RS Infotainment, has already flown to the US with his music director Harris Jayaraj and director Chandran,   to compose the music. Looks like the generous producer is leaving no stone unturned to get the best for his film. The trio will be staying for five days in New York for one session of music composing.

The remaining songs will be composed on a long cruise that will take them to Florida, Haiti, Jamaica and  Mexico.

 Harris Jayaraj is planning to give his best to the album which, he says, will be more electrifying than Ko, the previous Jiiva film witih KV Anand. 

Harris  is going to use new  instruments, while leading  rappers from America are going to be roped in to sing. It may be recalled that Elred Kumar had earlier shot his debut directorial venture Muppodiyum Un Karpanaigal in the US as well.

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