Music director Ghibran, who is looking to launch six songs of his upcoming film Chennai2Singapore in six different countries by travelling from one country to another through road, says ‘Ulaganayagan’ Kamal Haasan and ‘Superstar’ Rajinikanth were actually the ones who got him out of possible trouble at the border of Bhutan.
Giving details of what happened, a source close to Ghibran says “Ghibran and his Chennai 2 Singapore team were blocked by highway officials at the border of Bhutan for not having a key document. This is a prerequisite when crossing national borders.”
The source says, “The team knew they were in trouble, but when security officers came to know that Ghibran had composed songs for Kamal’s films like Vishwaroopam, Uttama Villain, Papanasam and Thoongavanam, they were thrilled. They had a chat over a cup of tea and were eager to find out about the Superstar’s stylish performance in Kabali. They even listened to the two songs from Chennai 2 Singapore and loved them. The music director is glad that Tamil cinema is well-received even in that part of the world.”
The movie’s audio drive was launched by actor Surya in Chennai on August 12.
The team successfully crossed in to Bhutan in their black Ford Endeavor and launched the film’s second song ‘Poda’. Penned by Sikkander and Anbukani, the feet tapping number has been crooned by RJ Balaji and Abishek.
The team is now on its way to Myanmar to release the third song from Chennai 2 Singapore.