Santhosh Narayanan has grown to be one of the best Music directors in the Tamil industry. He made his debut as a music composer with the film Attakathi. He has also been a part of some Telugu, Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam films. Recently, songs from the pan-India Telugu-language film Dasara were released. The sought-after music director has multiple projects in the pipeline including Andhagan, Jigarthanda Double X, Saindav and Project K and so on.
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The music director recently gave an exclusive interview with National Award winning film critic Baradwaj Rangan, The Editor in-chief of Galatta Plus, ahead of his concert in Malaysia. Santhosh Narayanan spilled some interesting details about Vada Chennai movie that's been a topic of discussion among movie buffs helmed by Vetri Maaran. When the interviewer, Baradwaj Rangan, asked about his experience in composing music for web series Faadu. The music composer Santhosh Narayanan said “I have a brief incident that I want to talk about. When I did Vada Chennai. Vetri Maaran Sir played me this whole five-hour movie which looked amazing and it then became a three-hour movie.” The interview said he have been looking forward to watch the five-hour cut of the film. “like It's crazy..." said Santhosh Narayana about the long-version of the film. He added "I saw the whole thing and asked sir (vetri Maaran) if we should we release it as a web series. He was also thinking about it and then it became a 3-hour film. When I look at the five-hour thing, there is so much character development that you can do. you can show where this guy is coming from, and I am a big fan of web series."
The sensational music composer then revealed that it has been his routine to watch at least one episode of a web-series daily and the latest one that he watched was Farzi. He then revealed his work in Faadu and said it was one of the physically and creatively tiring projects but he loved every bit of it. Check out the full interview of Santhosh Narayanan: