Anirudh Ravichander gets Hyderabadi transgender woman band to sing for Rajinikanth's Darbar

Three women from a Hyderabadi transgender band have been handpicked by Kollywood music composer Anirudh Ravichander for this special song in Rajinikanth movie, Darbar.
Anirudh Ravichander gets Hyderabadi transgender woman band to sing for Rajinikanth's Darbar
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Trust Anirudh Ravichander to attempt a novelty when it comes to the music of his films. Three transwomen from Hyderabad - Chandramukhi, Rachana Mudraboina and Priya Murthi – have been handpicked by the music composer to sing for Darbar, which stars Superstar Rajinikanth in the lead. They recently recorded the song in Chennai, where the post-production works of the movie are progressing in order to hit the marquee for Pongal 2020. Darbar is directed by AR Muragadoss. 
 
This is not the first time that the music director is making headlines for introducing raw talents. For Rajinikanth starrer Petta, the composer introduced a team of folk musicians from Odisha. The song 'Marana Mass' was hugely welcomed by the fans of the composer.
 
Talking about the song, an excited Chandramukhi was quoted in New Indian Express as saying, “The movie apparently features a dance by the transgender community and although initially, the plan was to get a regular singer to render the song with a change in the voice, Anirudh then decided to keep it authentic and get singers from the community to sing.”
 
She further added that the trio is a part of a music band in Hyderabad called 'Spicy Girls' and they sing during seminars and conferences for gender rights. She added that they could not believe their own ears when the opportunity to sing in Anirudh music came to them. It is learnt that it was on singer Rahul Sipiligunj's recommendation that the trio got the chance.
 
Talking about the practice sessions, she said that Anirudh encouraged them till they got it right. She added that they would sing during the rehearsal and Anirudh would first encourage them by clapping and then he would gently guide them on where to improve. She added that they had to do a dozen of  rehearsals and takes before the song was finalised. The song is expected to release on YouTube this weekend.
 
Looking at the confidence she oozes, we must say we can't wait already for the song to hit online circuits.

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