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Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran’s musical Music School wraps up shoot, makers aim for a September release?

Ilaiyaraaja composes music for the film directed by first-time filmmaker Papa Rao Biyyala

  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.52 PM, Jun 07, 2022

Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran’s musical Music School wraps up shoot, makers aim for a September release?
Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran and the cast of Music School

Music School, the ambitious musical written and helmed by director Papa Rao Biyyala, starring Sharman Joshi, Shriya Saran in the lead, has completed its shoot. The Hindi-Telugu bilingual, produced under Yamini Films, was wrapped in multiple schedules across Hyderabad and Goa. From what we know, the team is aiming at a release in the latter half of September.

Ever since its commencement, the film has been in the news for its music by Ilaiyaraaja and the bigger reason for it is also the fact that three of the 11 songs from the film have tracks from The Sound of Music. The last schedule in Hyderabad had the team shooting for the opening song of the film.

The team believes that cinematographer Kiran Deohans has given his best for the film in terms of its visual appeal and the technician himself says that he had a blast shooting for it. He added that he’ll miss the vibe of the film set and the team of Yamini Films, claiming he hates goodbyes.

All the songs in the film were choreographed by Adam Murray, Chinni Prakash and Raju Sundram. The makers are particularly happy about the performances of the lead actors Shriya Saran and Sharman Joshi besides the child actors. Other actors in the film include Mangala Bhatt, Mona Ambegaonkar, Vinay Varma, Prakash Raj, Leela Samson, to name a few.

Calling Music School a beautiful script, Shriya Saran said that the film was extra special given she signed it after she became a mother. It’s a great feeling to enact the songs from The Sound of Music, something I’ve grown up listening to, she added. The Manam actress thanked her co-star Sharman Joshi, Yamini Rao and Papa Rao for helping her give her best.

Sharman Joshi labelled Music School a fulfilling journey that’s close to his heart. He shares that it’s time for the world to experience the film, made by Papa Rao, a filmmaker with great passion on a lavish scale. Bugs Bhargava, ad filmmaker and actor too lavished praise on the director and felt that Music School is a delightful film with a great message.