Raghu Dixit is thrilled to work with director Anjali Menon. The music composer will be setting the tunes for the directorâ€™s upcoming untitled film that has Prithviraj Sukumaran, Parvathy and Nazriya in the lead roles.
While two songs for the film have been composed by M Jayachandran, Raghu Dixit had composed three songs and will be setting the background score as well.
On bagging the offer, Raghu Dixit said that Anjali happened to listen to his music and was eager to have him onboard for the project. She reportedly listened to his score in Chef, which was directed by Raja Menon.
Being a close friend of Raja Menon, Anjali approached Raghu through him and Raghu immediately hopped onboard her film.
The shooting was happening in Ooty annd Raghu Dixit met Anjali Menon on the sets to discuss the project. He immediately got to work after the meeting.
According to the music composer, he is done with three songs and will be working on the BGM once the shooting is wrapped up.
He has been quoted by the Times of India as saying, â€śWhen I met the team, M Jayachandran has already composed two songs for the film. My songs are different in treatment and add to another track of the film. I'm also excited to do the background score for the film.â€ť
Raghu Dixit made his debut with the Kannada movie Psycho in 2008 and has composed tunes for several Hindi and Kannada movies including Quick Gun Murugan, Just Math Mathalli, Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge, Bewakoofiyaan, Happy New Year and Chef. The musician had made his debut in the Tamil film industry with Vallavanukkum Vallavan. On working with Anjali Menon, the music composer said that he is delighted to work with the ace director particularly after getting to watch her mega hit directorial Bangalore Days.