Very recently, we had told you composer Harris Jayaraj making way for Anirudh Ravichander in director Selvaraghavan upcoming flick Irandam Ulagam. Evidently Harris had recently come forth to disclose to his fans on his micro blog “Due to work constrain and parallel films of mine scheduled to get release closely, I am unable to score for Irandam Ulagam.”
Undoubtedly, with Yaan, Endrendrum Punnagai and Idhu Kadhirvelanin Kadhal all slated for releases Harris has been left with no choice. However, for talent house Anirudh, it is surely a golden opportunity by all means. Undoubtedly, to live up to Selvaraghavan’s vision as he records the background music and re-recording for Irandam Ulagam is a big task at hand.
Concerning which, Anirudh and the director left for Budapest to can the grandeur of a symphony orchestra for this film’s background score. Being one of the most ambitious projects for this director, this period fantasy drama featuring Arya and Anushka will release as a bilingual in Tamil and Telugu (Brindavanamlo Nandakumarudu).
Likewise, confirming on the latest developments director Selvaraghavan wrote at his personal blog, ” Off to Budapest friends for the background music of Irandam Ulagam with Anirudh. Will keep u posted.” Feeling elated, Anirudh Ravichander also posted to his fans – “En route to Budapest for the background score of Irandam Ulagam with Selvaraghavan . A divine experience ahead ”