Yuvan Shankar Raja is all thrilled about a song crooned by him in Gautham Vasudev Menon's upcoming flick 'Neethanae En Ponvasantham', which was composed by maestro Ilayaraja.
"I was speechless when I heard the final version. It's pure music that's what I call it. Thanks to Gautam for making me sing the song," says Yuvan.
He adds: "Been tripping on Saindhu Saindhu like mad really blessed to be a part of that song... unimaginable music... dads's great... The musician has given more than one reason to stay tuned for the films music."Starring Jiiva and Samantha in lead roles, 'Neethanae En Ponvasantham' is nearing completion and is expected to see the light of the day soon. It is simultaneously being made in Telugu and Hindi too.
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