WEB DESK: Music superstar A.R. Rahman says that his ambitious production “99 Songs” is all set to go on floors after four years of work, and revealed that it is a Hindi film with a hero from Kashmir.
“I’m in the midst of pre-production, so been working on it for four years and now it’s going to go on floors. We are releasing a virtual reality promo, not exactly a promo, but a gist of the whole thing, probably in a month, so we’re shooting for it all over the place.
“It is an Indian film, whatever the fate is, God will decide and people will decide. It is a Hindi film, the hero is from Kashmir, the heroine is from another place, which I’ll tell later,” said Rahman, at the trailer launch of film “Pele: Birth of a Legend”, for which he has given the music.
Rahman’s banner Y.M. Movies, has produced the film and Rahman has penned the story of the film, directed by Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy. A first look poster of the film with a couple hanging in the air with the background of a piano and hearts, was released two months back.
Rahman also recently worked on Suriya’s Tamil film “24”. He is also working on Mani Ratnam’s next film and Shankar’s “Robot 2”.