Navarasa, the Netflix anthology, produced by Mani Ratnam and Jayendra is all set for release on August 6 and the fans have pinned high hopes on the project. Navarasa comprises 9 short films and each short film will be a depiction of each emotion. Among the 9 short films, the segment directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon has garnered wide attention among the fans. The Gautham Vasudev Menon segment is titled Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru and it features Suriya and Prayaga Martin in the lead roles. Notably, the film marks Suriya's debut in the digital space and the fans are eagerly looking forward to witnessing his performance in the film.

Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru will be a romantic film that will have certain trademark touches of GVM. The makers have already released three songs from the film - 'Thooriga', 'Alai Alaiyaga', and 'Naanum'. Among the three, 'Thooriga' has turned out to be a sensational hit among the music lovers and the other songs have also got a positive response. Following that, the makers have now released the fourth single from Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru and this song is called 'Adhirudha'. This track has a breezy treatment and it has been inspired from the classic Beethoven track, Fur Elise.

Interestingly, the song turns out to be an instantly likeable number, thanks to Karthik's natural rendition and Madhan Karky's beautiful lines. Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru seems to be a film that will be driven by music and it looks like Karthik's work is going to play a crucial role. The nine directors who are a part of Navarasa include Priyadarshan, Vasanth Sai, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Arvind Swami (directorial debut), Bejoy Nambiar, Karthik Subbaraj, Karthick Naren, Rathindran R Prasad, Sarjun KM.

Suriya, Vijay Sethupathi, Prakash Raj, Yogi Babu, Revathy, Rohini, Delhi Ganesh, Siddharth, Parvathy Thiruvothu, Atharvaa, Anjali, Aditi Balan are some of the prominent faces who will be seen in the anthology. For now, check out the newly released 'Adhirudha' song from the segment of Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru from Navarasa here: