Academy-award-winning lyricist Chandrabose has written the number sung by Sanjith Hegde, Padmalatha and Hiphop Tamizha
Last Updated: 03.07 PM, Mar 24, 2023
Akhil Akkineni’s first pan-Indian film, Agent, is only a month away from its worldwide release on April 28 in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada languages. Sakshi Vaidya makes her Telugu debut with the action thriller, written by Vakkantham Vamsi and directed by Surender Reddy. Mammotty also stars in an extended special appearance for the film made on a lavish canvas.
Composer duo Hiphop Tamizha score the music for Agent. After hitting the bull’s eye with their first song Malli Malli, another number, Endhe Endhe, was launched today. Sanjith Hegde, Padmalatha and Hiphop Tamizha have crooned for the song with lyrics by Naatu Naatu-fame Chandrabose. The fusion between rooted Telangana lyrics and the hep orchestration is instantly catchy.
Lines like ‘Endhe Endhe..Etno Ayithandhe..Are Gaayi Gaayi Aipothandira..Seyye Nuvu Pedithe’ would’ve fit aptly for a conventional mass number but the composers give it a unique, unconventional and modern-day twist without compromising on the melody in the composition. The breezy rendition does justice to the mood of the song, which certainly has a repeat value.
The lead pair Akhil and Sakshi are a delight to watch and Rasool Ellore, while capturing the scenic beauty of the locations, captures the intimate expressions of the actors with elan. Choreographer Raju Sundaram’s moves complement the delicate touches of the composition aptly. The song was unveiled during a match in the CCL tournament today.
Produced by Ramabrahmam Sunkara under AK Entertainments and Surender 2 Cinema, the film is edited by Naveen Nooli. Avinash Kolla is the art director while Ajay Sunkara, Pathi Deepa Reddy are the co-producers. Agent will lock horns with Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus Ponniyin Selvan 2, also a pan-Indian film releasing on April 28.