AM Ratnam’s daughter-in-law Aishwarya turns singer

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Oct 6, 2017, 12:48 am IST
Updated Oct 6, 2017, 7:53 am IST
In fact, it was Jyothi, who was instrumental in bringing Aishwarya’s talents to the film world.
On listening to her mellifluous voice,  producer Nilgiris Murugan wanted to try both the melodies with Aishwarya, he reveals
 On listening to her mellifluous voice,  producer Nilgiris Murugan wanted to try both the melodies with Aishwarya, he reveals

Aishwarya, Kollywood’s youngest woman producer, who co-produced Yennai Arindhal, Vedalam and the recent Karuppan, is happy with her new avatar. The daughter-in-law of ace producer AM Ratnam and wife of director Jyothi Krishna has turned playback singer with a Tamil movie Koothan. In fact, it was Jyothi, who was instrumental in bringing Aishwarya’s talents to the film world. The director, in an earlier interview, said that Aishwarya has a good voice and when he tested her voice, he liked it and made her sing in his Telugu directorial venture Oxygen.

Back in Tamil, Balz_G, composer of Koothan says, “Aishwarya is really passionate about her singing and she is so fast in picking up the melodies. We recorded a peppy dance number with actress Ramya Nambeesan — and were searching for a new promising voice for the duet songs and were auditioning many. Then we got to know about Aishwarya through a friend.”

 

On listening to her mellifluous voice, producer Nilgiris Murugan wanted to try both the melodies with Aishwarya, he reveals. The film directed by Venky has debutant Rajkumar as the hero.  





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