Yash now as elf-made Shehzada

The film’s bad boys are part of the hero’s introductory song, a highlight of the movie

Published: 18th October 2016 05:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th October 2016 05:42 AM   |  A+A-


Yash in an introductory song for Santhu Straight Forward

Express News Service

Santhu Straight Forward, closer to its release date, is driving the masses crazy with its introductory song.
The makers have tweaked the song Self Made Shehzada to reveal Yash’s character, as an intro of the hero. The music to the song composed by V Harikrishna has lyrics written by none other than director Chetan Kumar, who is mostly known for writing the title and intro tracks.

The lyrical audio, released on social media, is already a hit among the listeners. The audio was released on October 11 and the rights were bought for a record ` 1.08 crore by Lahiri.

Dance chreographer Murali Master with the dancers

The hit song was recently shot at Kanteerva Studio, which according to choreographer Murali Master is not of a regular format. “This is the first time I have tried to choreograph a massive opening song indoors and in a set created by Mohan B Kere,” says Murali.

According to the choreographer, the hero’s introductory has nine villains being featured in the song,  which will be the highlight.“The intro track will have a few lines from the villain that is countered by the hero’s supporters and fans, and it concludes with a few quips from the hero. That’s how the song will have three dimensions,” he says.
The song which cost the production house a whopping ` 1.25 crore had around 120 members including dancers from Russia and Mumbai. Yogi and Saniya designed the costumes for it,” the dance choreographer tells City Express.

Santhu... wrapping up with the song, which  will now be added to the film, before it reaches the censor board. The film  featuring Radhika Pandit, is produced by K Manju and distributed by Jayanna and is all set for a Deepavali release.


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