English gana for the film 'Shivani'

Singer ‘Gana’ Ulaganathan has crooned an English song ‘Come come come black lady’ in the upcoming horror film titled Shivani.

Published: 28th November 2012 01:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th November 2012 02:32 PM   |  A+A-


His first film song Vaala Meenukum Vilangu Meenukum Kalyanam in director Mysskin’s debut film Chithiram Pesudhadi continues to remain fresh in our minds. But going by the words of producer Hansraj Saxena, one of the songs rendered by singer ‘Gana’ Ulaganathan in the upcoming horror film titled Shivani, is going to take the industry by storm.

Apparently, lyrics of the club song, with the opening lines ‘Come come come black lady’, are completely in English. This also happens to be the first time that the folk singer has crooned an English song.

Musicians Sachin and Srijith, who are already popular for their Malayalam album Yuvvh, have composed music for the film. Saxena says that there are three different versions of the same song - a folk number with Tamil lyrics and a combination of Tamil and English lyrics in both rap and gana genres being the second, with the third version being composed with English lyrics. Rapper Hyde Karty has sung the rap portions of the song. While the folk number will be part of the film, the third version will be used only for promotional activities.

Debutant director Sai Gokul Ramnath, an assistant of K V Anand, recently shot a special video for the promotion song.

Newcomer Sai Chandru plays the lead in the film, which is now in the final stages of production.


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