The song, sung by Sanjith Hegde and Ashwini Joshi, is the latest Prajwal Pai composition from the film to drop, ahead of the film’s May 13 release.
Last Updated: 09.25 AM, May 07, 2022
Next Friday, Manu Ravichandran, Crazy Star Ravichandran’s son, will have his latest release, Prarambha, written and directed by Manu Kalyadi. The film, which was censored U/A, is an intense love story that pairs Manu (Manoranjan) with Keerthi Kalakeri. In the run-up to the film’s release, the team has been releasing songs and the trailer of the film, and Saiyaan Saiyaan is the lastest.
Written by Santhosh Naik, the romantic number, composed by Prajwal Pai, has been sung by Sanjith Hegde and Ashwini Joshi, and features the lead pair. Prarambha was supposed to be Manu’s early 2020 release, but that changed owing to the pandemic. In the time since, the team had been looking for a suitable window to release the film. In the meantime, though, Manu completed and released another film, Mugilpete, which ended his three-year drought since his 2018 movie, Brihaspati. Throughout, Manu has remained hopeful of getting Prarambha into theatres. “Prarambha is a very good subject and I hope it comes out soon,” he has been quoted as saying.
Interestingly, it was earlier rumoured that the subject of Prarambha was eerily similar to that of Vijay Deverakonda’s Arjun Reddy, prompting the team to issue statements that they were not making a remake of the Telugu hit. The rumours, according to the director, came up, following news that the film had a series of lip-locks. While four were planned according to the script, the filmmaker eventually curtailed it to just one to ensure his film is received by family audiences.
Prarambha will mark actor Manu’s fourth release. Since his debut with Saheba, the actor has often been asked why he does not do formulaic hardcore commercial films, but the actor has shied away from larger-than-life characters, preferring instead to do more realistic characters. Prarambha is also in the same vein, he had said earlier.