The audio of Telugu movie Premam starring Naga Chaitanya, Shruti Haasan, Anupama and Madonna Sebastian will be launched at a grand music release function in Hyderabad on Tuesday evening. It will be live-streamed on YouTube.
Premam is an official remake of 2015's superhit Malayalam movie of the same title. Rajesh Murugesan, who scored the music for the Malayalam film, has composed tunes for the songs of its Telugu version in association with Gopi Sundar. The musicians have reportedly copied the original tunes for the remake.
Naga Chaitanya is in the lead role originally played by Nivin Pauly in the Malayalam version and the actor is all excited about the movie. He had revealed the date of Premam's music release on his Twitter handle on Sept. 17. Besides posting a poster, he wrote: "This is true #Premam audio release sept 20. Thank u anil.bhanu for these fine posters loving every one!"
Chandoo Mondeti has directed the Telugu remake of Premam, which has been produced by S Naga Vamshi under the banner Sithara Entertainments. The makers are live-streaming the audio launch on the producer's official YouTube channel. Besides posting the link to the live video, the producer tweeted: "Watch #Premam audio launch live on #SitharaEntertainments YouTube Channel."
The audio release of Premam is set to be a grand function with many celebs from the Telugu film industry. The event, which will be telecast live on some Telugu TV channels, will be attend by all the cast and crew members of the team. This morning, Shruti Haasan â€tweeted: "Hyderabad calling for the audio launch of premam !!âœˆï¸"
On Tuesday, Nivin Pauly, the hero of the original version, also wished all the success for the Premam team. The Malayalam cinema actor tweeted: "Good luck for #Premam telugu audio launch :) @chay_akkineni @shrutihaasan @anupamahere #madonnasebastian #chandoomondeti."
The makers had recently released the music video of song Evare on the official YouTube channel of Sithara Entertainments. The soundtrack has received superb response with 1,598,378 times on YouTube. The song has also created a lot of curiosity amongst the fans of Premam.