Ajaneesh Loknath's moody and soulful Aleya Kare song comes as a perfect companion to Puneeth Rajkumar and Amoghavarsha's one-of-a-kind underwater adventure and highlights the tranquillity that they experience during the course.
Last Updated: 02.07 PM, Nov 15, 2022
Through Gandhada Gudi, noted documentarian and wildlife conservationist Amoghavarsha was able to beautifully capture the rich heritage of Karnataka. The docudrama, in essence, was put together as a journey that traverses the various land and waterscapes of the region and Amoghavarsha was joined by the Powerstar himself to make this expedition all the more special. The film, which was the late Puneeth Rajkumar's passion project, was eventually released in theatres on October 28, 2022, to a unanimously positive response and even ended up as a commercial success.
Along with the breathtaking visuals, Gandhada Gudi also features an eclectic soundtrack composed by B. Ajaneesh Loknath and the makers have now chosen to release the video versions of each song from the film. Having recently released the Kaavalugaara video song (sung by Sanjith Hegde), which was rendered an ode to the spirit and rigour of the forest guards, the team has now unveiled the video version of the Aleya Kare song on YouTube.
The song's visuals capture the beautiful coastline of Karnataka with Netrani Island, one of the state's main diving spots, in focus. As seen in the film, Puneeth and Amoghavarsha take up scuba diving to explore the vast ecosystem of the Arabian Sea. Ajaneesh Loknath's moody and soulful Aleya Kare song comes as a perfect companion to this one-of-a-kind underwater adventure and highlights the tranquillity that they experience during the course. Ajaneesh, apart from composing the tune, also sings the track with Amoghavarsha and Kiran Kaverappa penning the lyrics.
The visuals of Aleya Kare also bring to our attention DoP Pratheek Shetty's splendid underwater photography. Pratheek, who also serves as one of the film's editors, uses mesmeric slow-motion shots to capture the diverse aquatic life and then switches to wide, high-altitude angles to reveal the breathtaking panoramic view.
The Aleya Kare track has been rendered with female vocals as well and the audio version of the same is available on YouTube.