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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charan’s Nayak First Half is Rocking

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Musician SS Thaman has revealed that the first half of Ram Charan Teja’s much-hyped movie Naayak, which has been directed by VV Vinayak, is very entertaining. The composer, who is reportedly busy with its re-recording work, says that he has recently watched the first half of the film, which is full of comedy and action sequences.
SS Thaman has recently finished the recording of the songs for the film Naayak for which Bollywood singers like Shreya Ghoshal and Shankar Mahadevan have given their voice. Now, the musician is eagerly waiting for the audio launch of the movie, which is scheduled to take place in the city on December 14.
SS Thaman has gone busy with the post-production works of the movie Naayak in the last week of November. While working on it, he is also enjoying the film. The elated musician took to his Twitter page to share his excitement about the film. He tweeted, “#naayak first half is rocKing icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking superb blockbuster first half icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking enjoyed every bit of it icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking rocking comedy and action icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking superb stunts icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking
The music composed by SS Thaman is going to be one of the main highlights of the film Naayak. Talking about the songs, he wrote, “#naayak opening song is surely gonna be a feast for all of Us Superb choreography and kicK ass cinematography by darling Chota K Naidu sir.” Meanwhile, he added, “#Naayak Still haven’t watched 2 nd half icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking jus working on 1st half icon smile SS Thaman wacthed Ram Charans Nayak First Half is Rocking (sic)

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