Kamal Haasan and music director Ghibran have recently joined hands for the Arivum Anbum single, which is made a part of the coronavirus awareness program. The unique number is penned by Kamal Haasan himself, and composed by Ghibran. About 12 singers and music composers from the Tamil film industry have joined hands for the Arivum Anbum single, which is currently winning the internet.
The Kamal Haasan-Ghibran duo's latest collaboration has totally impressed the Tamil music lovers, cine-goers, and netizens. The song, which was released on April 23, 2020, through the official YouTube channel of Think Music, has already crossed 2 Million views and 164K Likes. Both Kamal Haasan and Ghibran have been receiving wide appreciation from the audiences for this commendable effort.
Some of the finest talents of the Tamil music industry, including Yuvan Shankar Raja, Anirudh Ravichander, Shankar Mahadevan, Bombay Jayashree, actor Siddharth, Sid Sriram, Devi Sri Prasad, Andrea Jeremiah, Shruti Haasan, Bigg Boss fame Mugen Rao, and teen prodigy Lydian Nadhaswaram have performed in the single, along with Kamal Haasan.
Arivum Anbum marks the fifth collaboration of Kamal Haasan and Ghibran, who have earlier joined hands for several prestigious projects, including Uttama Villain, Papanasam, Thoongavanam, and Viswaroopam II. The single is edited by the renowned editor-filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan, who has earlier teamed up with the Ulaganayakan for the Viswaroopam film series.
Kamal Haasan, who had taken a break from films to pursue his political career, is all set to bounce back with some promising projects in his kitty. The senior actor is teaming up with hitmaker Shankar once again for the sequel of their blockbuster movie Indian, which has been titled as Indian 2.
But the project is currently delayed due to the massive accident that happened on the sets of the movie in February 2020. Kamal Haasan is also teaming with filmmaker Gautham Menon for the sequel of their acclaimed neo-noir action thriller Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, which is expected to start rolling by mid-2020.