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Composer Amresh roped in for Sunny Leone's Tamil debut

The actor will be making her debut with a period film directed by Vadivudaiyan

Published: 22nd December 2017

As we had previously reported, Sunny Leone, who made a guest appearance in a song in the Jai starrer Vadacurry, is making her acting debut in Tamil with a period film. Directed by Vadivudaiyan who had previously helmed Thambi Vettothi Sundaram, Sowcarpettai and Pottu, it's now revealed that Amresh Ganesh of Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva fame has been roped in as the composer for this untitled film.

Talking to CE about the project, Amresh says, "I'm happy that I'm getting to work with Sunny Leone. I've worked with Vadivudaiyan in Pottu and we share a good rapport." The young music director says that a period film doesn't get the same musical treatment as a regular commercial film. "Because of the script, there's no scope to use electronic instruments. We'll be using instruments that will give an ancient feel to the film, similar to that of the ones we've seen in Baahubali."

"The pre-production works are happening at full swing and I'll start my work post Pongal. There will be five songs on the album," adds Amresh who'll be leaving to Bangkok soon to commence on the composition. With his projects, Garjanai and Bhaskar Oru Rascal up for release soon and Yung Mung Sung almost wrapped up, looks like 2018 starts with a bang for Amresh. Apart from Sunny Leone, who'll be seen as a strong warrior, the film will also star Navdeep of Arinthum Ariyamalum fame in a negative role. 

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