The poignant Telugu-Tamil music video ‘Daare Ledha’ and ‘Vaanam Thondraadho’ is the handiwork of composer Vijai Bulganin, who has been signed on for extra Telugu movies
The nice and cozy reception to the Telugu-Tamil bilingual music video Daare Ledha /Vaanam Thondraadho has bolstered the arrogance of its music composer Vijai Bulganin. That includes actors Satya Dev and Roopa Koduvayur as a health care provider couple, the tune acknowledges the efforts of frontline employees. Produced by Wall Poster Cinema and backed by ChaiBisket, the video urges viewers to proceed following COVID-19 applicable protocols. The video unfolds like a poignant love story reasonably than a public service announcement.
The popularity that Vijai has been receiving for his melodious composition can be an affirmation of his choice to discontinue engineering to pursue music, a couple of years in the past.
Small city moorings
Talking from his residence in Ramachandrapuram close to Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, Vijai says, “My father was a tractor driver and later labored as a lineman within the electrical energy division. My mom is a homemaker. They stretched their funds to make me examine. They supported my choice to pursue music, however I used to be conscious it was a danger.”
Vijai is now composing music for Meet Cute, the Telugu movie directed by Deepthi Ganta and produced by stylist Prashanti Tipirneni and Nani, and one other movie directed by Sai Rajesh starring Anand Deverakonda. He had earlier labored for Telugu movies Sapthagiri Specific and Vajra Kavacha Dhara Govinda, and concurrently explored impartial music. “I didn’t know method movie manufacturing homes for work. I believed it could be greatest to place out a couple of impartial songs to indicate that I’m able to good work,” says Vijai.
Roopa Koduvayur and Satya Dev within the music video ‘Daare Ledha’/‘Vaanam Thondraadho’
The music movies Thatukolede (Vittu Pogathe in Tamil) and Chustu chustune (Parakkireney in Tamil), which he did in collaboration with actor-influencer Deepthi Sunaina and filmmaker Vinay Shanmukh caught the eye of Nani’s sister Deepthi Ganta and spouse Anjana, and paved the best way for him to be part of Meet Cute.
“Deepthi narrated a state of affairs from Meet Cute; I requested her to offer me 5 days in order that I can compose two completely different tunes. She was wanting time and mentioned she would favor one tune in three days. I began composing and it simply occurred that I used to be in a position to give her three tunes inside a couple of hours. Nani felt a type of tunes can be apt for a music video he was planning, which grew to become Daare Ledha.” Vijai remembers the day he bought a name from Nani: “Cell phone connectivity is erratic the place I reside, so I waited on the terrace once I was advised that he’s more likely to get in contact with me.”
Daare Ledha/Vaanam Thondraadho formed up in the course of the second wave of COVID-19 when many States have been beneath lockdown. The tune was a results of a long-distance collaboration between Vijai and his buddies in Chennai who had entry to a recording studio: “I’ve a small studio setup at dwelling the place I composed and did the tough lower; my buddies did the ultimate lower. Sound mixing engineer Roshan doubled up because the singer, Bhuvanesh was on the keyboard and piano, and guitarist Edwin Sagar labored from Kerala.”
A profession in cinema appeared like a pipe dream for Vijai, a local of Vedurupaka village who moved to Ramachandrapuram for schooling. He recollects a couple of of his members of the family displaying eager curiosity in music: “My grandfather, a health care provider, performed the violin and my pedananna (uncle) used to sing.”
Vijai grew up listening to songs of A R Rahman and Ilaiyaraaja, earlier than formally coaching in Carnatic and western classical music. The rising composer is eager to work on each Telugu and Tamil movie initiatives.
Earlier than we finish, I ask him about his surname: “My grandfather named my father after Russian chief Nikolai Bulganin, who visited India in 1955. I’ve quite a lot of respect for my father and sought his permission to make use of Bulganin as my surname.”