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GV Prakash on Vaadivaasal: Finished composing music for 2-3 songs

Music composer for Suriya-starrer Vaadivaasal, GV Prakash, revealed that he has completed composition for a few songs

Published: 06th March 2022
GV Prakash and Vetrimaaran

Actor and music director GV Prakash has disclosed that he has finished scoring music for two to three songs for director Vetrimaaran's eagerly awaited entertainer Vaadivaasal, featuring actor Suriya in the lead. 

Music director GV Prakash, while answering a question posed by a fan during a chat session on Twitter, made the disclosure.

Pointing out that his combination with director Vetrimaaran has been the most successful, the music director said, "We are now working on Vaadivaasal. We have already finished composing two - three songs. The songs will be an extreme version of raw folk music. Vaadivaasal's album will be a rustic and native score." 

The film has triggered huge interest in fans for two reasons. The first is that Vetrimaran will be working with Suriya. The other reason why the film is eagerly awaited is because it is based on the novel Vaadivaasal, written by well known Tamil writer Ci Su Chellappa. Vaadivaasal was a story based on the bull-taming sport of Jallikattu.

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