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Watch Dhananjaya and Rachita Ram’s love story unfold amid the rains of Monsoon Raaga’s Megharajana Raaga

The lyrical video of the song composed by Anoop Seelin and sung by Arvind Venugopal was released today

Watch Dhananjaya and Rachita Ram’s love story unfold amid the rains of Monsoon Raaga’s Megharajana Raaga
Rachita Ram and Dhananjaya in a still from the film
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 03.41 PM, Sep 02, 2022


Dhananjaya’s upcoming release, Monsoon Raaga, is an Anoop Seelin musical and the composer has ensured that music is the soul of the film, besides the rain, of course. The first song that came out, Raagasudha, featuring Yasha Shivakumar, set the tune for what’s in store. This was followed by Muddada Moothi, featuring Achyuth Kumar, which was sung by Vasuki Vaibhav. And then came the trailer, the highlight of which was the background score.

Now, Anoop and co. have released another lyrical video. This time around it is Megharajana Raaga, a soulful melody, written by K Kalyan and sung by Arvind Venugopal, which captures two moods – rain and romance. The song captures the budding relationship between Dhananjaya and Rachita Ram’s characters.

Monsoon Raaga, directed by S Ravindranath and produced by Vikhyath AR, is the Kannada remake of the critically-acclaimed Telugu anthology C/O Kancharapalem. Besides Dhananjaya, Rachita and Achyuth and Yasha, the film also stars Suhasini Maniratnam. The Telugu original followed four unconventional love stories that play out in Kancharapalem.

Earlier today, it was announced that monsoon Raaga will release in theatres on September 16. The film was earlier set to be in theatres on August 12 and then August 19, only to be pushed ahead to September 16 eventually. Now that the film has been censored, it is likely that it will keep its date with audiences this time around.

For leading man Dhananjaya, this is his first release since Bairagee. He was to have Once Upon A Time in Jamaligudda on September 9, but that hs been pushed ahead indefinitely. Dhananjaya is Joined by Yash Shetty and Aditi Prabhudeva in pivotal roles in that film. On September 30, he will be seen in Jaggesh’s Thotapuri, and then, in October, he will bring his second home production, Head Bush, to theatres.