Viveka, who wrote lyrics to the groovy beats of Annaatthe, Annaatthe in Rajinikanth film Annaatthe, is getting into Malayalam cinema. He has a feel-good track in an untitled film directed by Manoj Ok. Varghese, a former affiliate of M.F. Hussain. Viveka flew to Kochi to spend a couple of days there for work. He began his profession in Tamil cinema in 1999, starting with Nee Varuvai Ena. He has added 2500 songs to his credit score thus far.
Viveka wrote songs for the Tamil model of Allu Arjun film Pushpa. He’s pleased that each one these songs have turn into an enormous hit in Tamil Nadu. The lyricist talks about Kerala and his first Malayalam movie.
“I had been to Kerala many instances up to now. This time round, it’s for my maiden work in Malayalam. I don’t discover a lot large cultural distinction between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. I’ve a quick Tamil quantity themed on hope for this film. The track drives residence the message to not lose hope, it doesn’t matter what occurs in our lives,” he says.
Sankar Mahadevan and Sithara will sing the track set to tune by Sandesh Peter. The movie is produced by Shafreen C.P. beneath the banner India Components.
Although that is his first stint within the language, Viveka has a penchant for Malayalam motion pictures. His watch record is replete with trade hits similar to Angamaly Diaries, Sudani from Nigeria, Kumbalangi Nights, Dwelling and Fahad Fasil motion pictures. “I don’t converse Malayalam, however I undoubtedly can perceive what others are saying. Each Tamil and Malayalam resemble quite a bit for his or her Dravidian join. Malayalam doesn’t appear alien to me. Furthermore, I watch Malayalam motion pictures with subtitles,” he says.
Viveka has as many as 30 different movies within the line up together with Arun Vijay’s Borrder, R. Madhavan’s Rocketry: The Nambi Impact, Suriya’s subsequent and N. Lingusamy’s upcoming movie.