Harris Jayaraj on a roll
Jun 01, 2011
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Harris Jayaraj seems to put a little extra effort into films starring Suriya as the duo has delivered a string of timeless songs and chartbusters. 7am Arivu seems to be no exception, if sources are to be believed. Suriya’s film with Shruti Hassan directed by Murugadoss is an eagerly awaited film as they have proved themselves to be a hit combo.

Harris Jayaraj has composed six tracks for this film and they are supposed to be exceptional. Madan Karky has done the lyrics and apparently one song is entirely in Chinese! Shruti Hassan has lent her smooth-as-velvet voice for a song which is believed to be the pick of the album.

The music director has also confirmed that he will be leaving on a world tour on October 2nd. We are hoping his fame spreads across the globe!

Tags : Harris Jayaraj,Suriya
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