Eminent Singer and music composer Shankar Mahadevan released the music of the much awaited Marathi movie ‘Youngraad’ on Tuesday, June 26. Music composers Hriday Gattani and Gandhaar, besides producer, director, singer and lyricist were present at the ceremony held at Bandra in Mumbai. Director of the film Makarand Mane, producer Vitthal Patil and Gautam Gupta were present at the music release function.
Versatile Singer Shankar Mahadevan, who is not new to the film industry, praised the team behind the music and wished success. Mahadevan himself has sung ‘Goshta Ramachi, the narrative song which tells the story of the film. The film is slated to release on July 6, 2018 all over Maharashtra. “I enjoyed singing the narrative song in the film. Music composer duo has done a tremendous job. ‘Youngraad’ Film’s music is a perfect team work, and I sure this film and music will be a huge success,” Shankar Mahadevan said after the release.
Youngster duo Young Hriday Gattani and Gandhaar has composed the music of Youngraad. Film’s lyrics have been penned by Kshitij Patwardhan, Datta Patil and Maghlub Poonawala. The four songs in the film have been sung by Shankar Mahadevan, Divya Kumar, Shasha Tirupati and Hriday Gattani.
National Award Winning Director, Makarand Mane, known for presenting films with different story angles and out of box thinking is coming up with yet another but different movie ‘Youngraad’. The trailer of the film was recently released. Makarand Mane said, “I am happy that Mahadevanji released the music of the film. The youngster duo has given wonderful music to the film and it will be liked by the music lovers.”
Produced jointly by Vitthal Patil (Vitthal Patil Producations), Gautam Gupta, Gaurav Gupta (Future Works Media Ltd.), and Madhu Mantena ( Phantom Films ), ‘Youngraad’ stars four young actors in the lead, Chaitanya Deore, Saurabh Padvi, Shiv Wagh & Jeevan Karalkar. It also features leading actors including Sharad Kelkar, Savita Prabbhune, Shireen Patil, Monika Chaudhari, Shashank Shende, Vitthal Patil and Shantanu Gangane.
‘Youngraad’ is a slang used to define vagrant boys in Nashik, the Dakshin Kashi (Southern Banaras) of India. Be it getting into fights or setting up a friend with his dream girl, these four friends have always got each other’s backs. But having a wrong idol in such impressionable years lands these four boys into a web of troubles that drastically affects their lives and brings them to a point where everything that they thought they knew about life disappears into oblivion and forces them to embark on a journey to redefine who they are.