The actor had crooned for Manchu Manoj's Potugadu and Ram Pothineni starrer The Warriorr earlier in Telugu
Simbu, the son of popular actor, filmmaker TR Rajendran, established himself as a capable performer right in his childhood years and eventually took to direction and singing as well. While the Maanadu star was largely singing for his Tamil outings earlier, his singing credentials are finding takers in Telugu cinema too. If Potugadu was one of his initial, popular Telugu films as a singer, he hogged the limelight through the Bullet song in Ram Pothineni, Krithi Shetty starrer The Warriorr.
Bullet song in The Warriorr broke all records post release in the Tamil and Telugu versions and Simbu is returning as a singer in Telugu cinema yet again for another film. He'll be singing for Karthikeya 2 pair Nikhil Siddhartha and Anupama Pareswaran starrer, 18 Pages. This will be Simbu's first collaboration with Nikhil and composer Gopi Sundar and one can't wait to see how the musician tapped into his abilities.
The song is titled Ivvu Pilla Time Ivvu promises to be a catchy fast-paced number and a potential chartbuster in the making. 18 Pages is gearing up for a release on December 23 and the first single from the film, Nannaya Raasina, sung by Prudhvi Chandra and Sithara Krishna Kumar received a terrific response from listeners. 18 Pages is written by Pushpa director Sukumar and is directed by Current, Kumari 21F fame Surya Pratap Palnati.
18 Pages is produced by Bunny Vas for GA2 Pictures in association with Sukumar Writings. Meanwhile, Simbu was last seen in Gautham Menon's Vendhu Thaninandadhu Kaadu and will share screenspace alongside Gautham Karthik for Pathu Thala.