Ensemble of rappers for 'Vanakkam Chennai'

Chennai, May 20 (IANS): After roping in Britain-based R&B singer Arjun Coomaraswamy for the upcoming Tamil comedy "Vanakkam Chennai", Tamil composer Anirudh Ravichander has now included British-Indian rapper Hard Kaur and Chennai-based rapper Aadhi of 'Hiphop Tamizha' in the album.

Anirudh has also roped in singers from TV reality shows for the album.

" 'Vanakkam Chennai' will feature Arjun from the UK (Britain), Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi, Pragathi from 'Super Singer', Hard Kaur and many more surprises," Ravichander posted on his Twitter page.

While Ravichander is famous for composing the R&B cover version of the song "Why This Kolaveri Di" and other mixes such as "Chaiyya chaiyya" and "Chamak challo", Aadhi is known for his hit single "Club le Mabbu" from debut album "Hiphop Tamizhan".

Indo-Britain rapper Hard Kaur is known for songs such as "Ek Glassy" and "Paisa Phek" from "Johnny Gaddar". She is quite popular for her hit club number "Talli" from "Ugly Aur Pagli".

"Vanakkam Chennai", directed by debutante Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi, features Shiva and Priya Anand in lead roles. Santhanam, Rahul Ravindran and Urvashi will be seen in important roles.

Ravichander is also busy composing tunes for Tamil horror-comedy "Muni 3: Ganga".


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