Thursday, August 18th, 2016

LISTEN Evare song: Naga Chaitanya, Shruti Hassan in ‘Premam’ Telugu Version

Narada Desk | August 18, 2016 9:11 pm Print
Evare song, from Premam Telugu version, features young heartthrob Naga Chaitanya and Shruti Hassan.
‘Evare’ song

‘Evare’, the first single from romantic Telugu movie Premam, has been released and you can listen it here. Telugu young heartthrob Naga Chaitanya, who plays the lead hero in Malayalam movie Premam‘s Telugu remake, released the song at a function on Thursday. The song features Naga Chaitanya and Shruti Hassan.

‘Evare’ is a melodious and soul-stirring song, which has been adapted from Premam‘s Malayalam original song ‘Malare’, sung by Vijay Yesudas. Malayalam actor Nivin Pauly and Sai Pallavi had featured in the original song that was shot in picturesque locations in Tamil Nadu, producers said.

Here is the audio release of the song:

Vijay Yesudas, son of legendary South Indian classical and playback singer Yesudas, has sung the song in the Telugu version also.
The song was a major chartbuster in the Mollywood last year and broke all records. The Premam, Malayalam movie, became one of the major hits during 2015. It also won accolades all over South India for its natural acting, fresh theme and superb acting from its young cast.

The film also helped to make Nivin Pauly a major actor in the South Indian film industry. The music is by Rajesh Murugesan and lyrics penned by Shreemani. The film has completed its shoot and is likely to be released all over Andhra Pradesh in September.

It is based on the romantic encounters of protagonist Chaitu in three phases of his life told using the metaphor of a butterfly.

It narrates his life in three stages — teenage, college and adult — and describes his love failures and ultimate success in finding out the real girl of his life, played by Madonna in the film. The movie is an ultimate romantic tale told with a tinge of humour and tragedy.

Premam movie has an ensemble cast consisting of Naga Chaitanya, Shruthi Haasan and Malayalam heroines Anupama Parameshwaran and Madonna Sebastian. It is directed by Chandoo Mondeti.