The makers of Vijay's forthcoming movie Bairavaa are yet to sell the audio rights of the flick. They are reportedly in talks with a few big labels and they are expected to seal the deal in the days to come.
As per the rumours, Think Music and Times Music South are in the race to acquire the audio rights of Bairavaa. Although there are many good offers, the makers are apparently taking time to finalise the deal, say reports.
Santhosh Narayanan is the music director of Bairavaa. As a result, people and the audio industry have pinned high hopes on the songs. It is because the success rate of the young musician is high.
The movie is said to be having five songs, which are aimed at the mass as well as class audience. The team has taken special interest in churning out the introduction song, which is written by Vairamuthu, of Ilaythalapathy.
The audio of Bairavaa will be out in December. Initially, it was said that the songs would be unveiled on Christmas. But the latest reports say that the album will be out much earlier. The date of its launch will be announced shortly.
Meanwhile, the shooting of Bairavaa has come to an end. The movie was launched in April and the team has wrapped up all the schedules as per their plans. Presently, the re-recording and dubbing works are in progress.
Bairavaa is written and directed by Bharathan, who is collaborating with Vijay for the second time, after Azhagiya Tamil Magan. Vijaya Productions is bankrolling the movie and Sri Green Productions has acquired the entire Tamil Nadu rights of the flick,
Keerthy Suresh plays Ilayathalapathy's love interest in the film, which also stars Aparna Vinod, Jagapathi babu and others. The film features M Sukumar's cinematography, Praveen KL's editing and Santhosh Narayanan's music.