'Olave Olave', the new single, carries the same kind of tenderness that the track 'Kadalanu' from Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side A does, with Srilakshmi Belmannu rendering both the songs.
If Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side A introduced us to the characters Manu & Priya and the fragile world that they share, Side B or Part 2 of the film is set to take the narrative forward towards closure. Of course, many are at great unease to know whether the two lovers reunite after all but Hemanth M. Rao intends to explore their story with as much vibrancy as possible.
Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B, as revealed by the concluding visuals in Side A, will have a mix of familiar and new characters. Chaithra J Achar will join the cast to play the role of Surabhi whose relationship with Manu (Rakshit Shetty) is expected to form the crux of the story.
And fittingly, one also expects the soundscape of Side B to undergo a significant change. Charan Raj's work - both the songs and the background score - was an extremely integral element of the Side A narrative and one can rest assured that the upcoming film, too, will see music being one of its main features. The team, in this vein, has released the first single, titled 'Olave Olave' from Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B.
Olave Olave carries the same kind of tenderness that the track 'Kadalanu' from Side A does, with Srilakshmi Belmannu (who serves as Priya's 'singing voice' in the film) mellifluously rendering both the songs. BR Suvarna Sharma steps in as the lyricist and the lyrical video version of the song also carries certain moments from Manu and Priya's story in Side A.
The new single has been released not just in Kannada but in multiple other languages including Telugu (as 'Nuvve Nuvve'), Tamil (as 'Aruge Aruvi') and Malayalam as (Uyire Uyire).
As far as the theatrical release of Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B is concerned, the makers have ensured that the film gets a wide release across different languages right from the beginning. While Side A was first released in Kannada and later dubbed in other languages, Side B will arrive in cinemas in all four versions including Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam.