Hyderabad: Ram Gopal Varma, who best known as RGV
is a multifaceted person who has tried out his hand in film
direction, producing, script, dialogues and screenwriting and
proved successful in all these fields. There was one particular
aspect, which is untouched by him, but the filmmaker is at it now.
He is turning singer with his much-hyped movie 26/11 India Pai
Daadi, the Telugu version of The Attacks of 26/11.
Music director Amar Mohile is composing music for both Hindi and
Telugu versions of The Attacks of 26/11. Now, Ram Gopal
Varma has crooned the song 'Nethutti Ruchi Mariginda' for its
Telugu version. Reports suggest that this track is the Telugu
version of the Hindi song 'Khoon Kharaba Tabahee', which has been
sung by Sooraj Jagan.
According to reports, Amar Mohile asked RGV to sing the scratch
version of the song along with a couple of other singers. The music
director was impressed by RGV's version and other could not match
his intensity. Hence, he decided that the song should have his
voice and made him croon for the film.
However, Ram Gopal Varma has also confirmed this news. "It
happened in just one take. I would not call it a song. The track is
more like a background score. But then Amar felt that the kind of
emotions that I gave could not come in a professional's voice and
wanted to keep it in my voice," Deccan Chronicle quotes him as