Ajith-Arya (Screenshot from official teaser/YouTube)
Ajith-Arya (Screenshot from official teaser/YouTube)Screenshot from official tease

The audio album of Ajith's upcoming film, "Arrambam" has been confirmed for release on 19 September. [Also Read: Ajith's 'Arrambam' Trailer to be Released with Film's Audio Launch?]

The album, which has music composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and lyrics written by Pa Vijay, will hit the stores directly, devoid of a grand launch which is a norm today.

Confirming the news, senior film journalist tweeted, "#Arrambam audio on Sep 19, straight 2 stores."

Sony Music South, which holds the music rights of "Arrambam", has finally revealed the track list of the album. It has five songs composed by popular music director Yuvan Shankar Raja.

Shankar Mahadevan has sung the song titled, "Adadada Arrambame", while Karthik and Ramya NSK sang the track, "En Pulse Pochu". The third song, "Hare Rama" was sung by Tanvi Shah and Shakthisree Gopalan; fourth song, "Melala Vedikkudhu" by Vijay Yesudas, K.G. Ranjith and Shweta Mohan, while the last song titled, "Stylish Tamizhachi" was cronned by Manasi, Rubba Bend and Psycho Unit.

The songs of the album are expected to go down well with the audience and turn into big hits considering the good track record of music director Yuvan Shankar Raja.

Directed by Vishnuvardhan and produced by A. Raghuram, "Arrambam" has Ajith, Arya, Nayanthara, Taapsee Pannu, Atul Kulkarni, Mahesh Manjrekar, Suman Ranganathan and Rana Daggubatti in pivotal roles.

The shooting of "Arrambam" has been completed and the team is busy with the post-production work. Director Vishnuvardhan has said that the film is not a gangster film in the lines of "Billa" but would be racier than the 2007 blockbuster.

The action entertainer is ready for release this Diwali. It may not enjoy a solo release, as several big names are said to be eyeing the festive season for the release of their films. Arya's "Irandam Ulagam", Vishal's "Pandianadu" and Karthi's "All in All Azhagu Raja" are expected to clash with "Arrambam" at the box office.