Arnold Schwarzenegger's connection with Tamil film industry is likely to be grow as a Kollywood musician is set to work with him in his next movie. Fast-growing musician Ghibran has reportedly got the golden opportunity to score music in his next Hollywood flick.
Yes, rumours say that Ghibran is reportedly collaborating with a 103-year-old filmmaker Antony Mithradass, who is directing Arnold Schwarzenegger in a movie that revolves around the 1st World War.
As of now, there is not much update about Ghibran's preparation for the big-ticket movie. Reports say that the news will be formally revealed on Sunday, November 20.
Ghibran made his debut with Vaagai Sooda Vaa for which he won several awards. In his 5-year career, he has composed music for 14 films that includes Kamal Haasan-starrer Uttama Villain and Thoongaavanam. There is a long list of movies that he has signed the albums of which will be released over a period of time and the Hollywood movie is the biggest project in his kitty.
Coming to Arnold Schwarzenegger, his relationship with Tamil audience reached new heights when he attended the audio launch function of Vikram and Amy Jackson-starrer I, which was directed by Shankar, in Chennai.
The Hollywood actor had spoken about Rajinikanth and many other things related to Tamil Nadu which won the hearts of the audience. Also, he had met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
In the later days, he was approached to play the antagonist's role in Shankar's next movie 2.0 aka Enthiran 2, which stars Rajinikanth. After much negotiations, he could not take up the film for some reasons.