Music Release Of Anubhav’s Upcoming Movie Agastya


BHUBANESWAR: The music release of upcoming Odia movie Agastya was held on Saturday. Anubhav starrer film will hit the theatre this Rajo.

Produced by Akshay Parija and directed by renowned Odia film director K. Murali Krishna, “Agastya” was launched with the posters and promotional teasers along with the ritualistic unveiling of the Music CD, said a release.

The music of the film is directed by Prem Anand.

Indian Idol winner Ananya Sritam Nanda has rendered her voice in the film. She has lend her voice to 3 beautiful numbers “Dhire Dhire Bhala Paigali“(2 versions) and “Chota Chota Ei Mana Tale”.

The Indian Idol fame has debuted in the Ollywood industry with the songs. A live performance by Ananya and the film’s singers and musicians was held during the release of the music of Agastya.

“The film’s songs and background score have been composed in such a way that it helps the story plot to progress. There are 5 songs in the film and each score is designed and composed in a way to compliment the story and not overpower it,” said Akshay Parija.

In a move to ensure the film’s music reaches a larger audience in a more organised manner, Amara Muzik has acquired the film’s music rights and will promote it accordingly on the digital platform.

“We are very happy to be associated with Akshay Parija Productions. This is our first direct venture with AKP. We hope for a long lasting relationship ahead.” said Naveen Bhandari, MD Amara Muzik.

Humane, Bishnu,Sricharan, Satayajit, Sangram, Asutosh Mohanty, Tarikh Ajij and Pragnya have also lent their voice while Arun Mantry, Subrata Swain and Prem Anand have penned down the songs, the release added.

Besides Anubhav, the film has actor-turned-politician Akash Das Nayak with actress Jhilik in the lead. The film also boasts of screen stealing presence from veteran actors like Mihir Das, Priyanka Patnaik, Minaketan, Manoj Mishra, Munna Sethi, Salil Mishra.

Another heavyweight in this movie is its DoP Pratap Rout who has worked extensively in regional and Bollywood cinemas.