Yet to start on Baahubali

DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Oct 8, 2014, 6:07 am IST
Updated Jan 10, 2016, 8:38 am IST
Keeravani hasn’t started work on the film’s music yet

Hyderabad: Keeravani, who has provided music for Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya, says, “The subject is fresh and new to the Telugu audience. A father and son are in love with the same girl and there are no romantic songs in the film. The songs in this film are all situational. Praising actor Ajay’s performance in the film, he adds, “Till now he was seen mostly as a villain or a goon, but the character in this film is going to be his best.” When asked why he has not worked in too many films in the recent past, he says, “I did not reduce my work. In fact I wanted to work more, but people are not approaching me. Only limited people wanted my music.” He adds that he has always given importance to lyrics.
 

About Baahubali, he says that he hasn’t started work on the film’s music yet. “The writers are still working on the songs and my work will start in a few weeks,” he says. Apart from Baahubali, he has also signed Neeraj Pandey’s Hindi film Baby.

 

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