Dhanusu Raasi Neyargalae audio launch: Harish Kalyan, Ghibran promise satisfying family entertainer
Sanjay Bharathi, the son of actor-filmmaker Santhana Bharathi, is making debut as a director with Dhanusu Raasi Neayarglae; the film's album was launched in Chennai today
The audio launch of Harish Kalyan’s Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale kickstarted with an AV of the film’s producer Gokulam Gopalan's inspiring journey. The businessman’s production company, Sree Gokulam Movies, which has produced many films in Malayalam, is making its debut in Tamil with this Harish Kalyan-starrer.
Speaking at the event, Gopalan said, “I want to make small artistes into big stars. For that, I want the encouragement of Tamil fans. I would like to continue making films here.”
Sathya Jyothi Films Chairman TG Thyagarajan presided over the function as the chief guest, and he unveiled the album of Dhanusu Rassi Neyargalae.
The event’s hero, music composer Ghibran took the stage and kept his speech short. He said, “Now, we either have intense movies or just mindless entertainers. We are missing out on those feel-good family entertainers… Like the ones made by Santhana Bharathi sir and Singeetam Srinivasa Rao sir. This film will fill that void.”
Harish Kalyan acknowledged that he has earned a considerable number of fans and this gives him a certain responsibility. “I don't want to misuse the popularity that I have earned. I want to make quality films, which have everything in them... Not just kiss scenes.”
Producer Kalaipuli S Thanu made his entrance towards the tail end of the event. The team of Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale played the songs and trailer of the film again for the Kabali producer.
When director Sanjay Bharathi took the stage, he thanked everyone who helped him in realising his dream. He especially thanked Harish Kalyan for trusting him. “Even my friends were skeptical about my debut, but Harish believed in me.”