Refreshing tunes of Jyotika’s ‘Raatchasi’ is trending from today!

Composed by Sean Roldan, the audio songs of Jyotika starrer ‘Raatchasi’ has been released from today!

News 20-Jun-2019 4:28 PM IST Top 10 Comments

Directed by the debutant Sy.Gowtham Raj and bankrolled under the banner of S R Prakash Babu and S R Prabhu’s ‘Dream Warrior Pictures’, Jyotika has been involved in a brand new film ‘Raatchasi’ such that Hareesh Peradi, Poornima Bhagyaraj, Sathyan and many others in prominent roles. However the film seems to have the background of a school as the major theme, Jyotika is playing the role of ‘Geetha Rani’ in the character of a Headmistress of a Government school. Pepping up for the release, the team had launched the audio songs today in Radio City which is followed by the release of the five songs in the Internet from today.

Music composed by Sean Roldan, the first song ‘Rekka Namakku’ in the album is sung by Srinidhi S with the lyrics penned by Director Gowtham. With the lyrics penned by Thanikodi and with the vocals of Sean Roldan and Bamba Bakiya, the song ‘Kondatam’ is completely delightful in a peppy number with the chorus of kids as well. As a note of motivation, the third song ‘Sigarame’ has been sung with the mesmerizing voice of Sean Roldan and Ravi G for which the lyrics were penned by the composer himself. Having the expressive love and affection which seems to be shown on father, the fourth song ‘Nee Yen Nambanae’ song is absolutely a wonderful melody number in the entire album with the soothing voice of Actor Suriya’s sister Brindha Sivakumar which will definitely remind every daughter’s love on her father. Sung by Rahul Nambiar, the lyrics of ‘Thadai Illai Odu’ is penned by Yugabharathi which is the last song in the album.

Cinematography of ‘Raatchasi’ is done by Gokul Benoy whereas editing is done by Philomeinraj. Further, the team is expected to announce the release date very soon.

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