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The film is the first project under Sundeep’s own production house, Venkatadri Talkies.
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Siddharth, who has entertained his fans as an actor and singer, will be adding one more song to his discography. Reports say that he has sung the song ‘Excuse Me Rakshasi’ for Sundeep Kishan’s upcoming Telugu flick Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene.

Interestingly, Sundeep recently floated his own production house, Venkatadri Talkies, in association with Daya Pannem, and this will be the first film under the banner. The film will also be released in Tamil as Kannadi with Caarthick Raaju in the director’s seat. Sundeep is donning the greasepaint for this venture and sharing screen space with him is Anya Singh. The others in the star cast include Posani Krishna Murali, Murali Sharma and Vennela Kishore. S Thaman is composing the tunes for this venture with PK Varma cranking the camera and KL Praveen in charge of the editing.

On rendering the song, Siddharth told the Indian Express, “I always feel happy to sing a Telugu song. Telugu is one of the sweetest languages. When it is coupled with music, it becomes even more sweeter. I have always shared a special relationship with the Telugu audience.”

He added, “The one reason I have rendered this song in Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene is my friend Sundeep Kishan. He is like a younger brother to me. He is producing a film for the first time and I wanted to sing a song for his first film.”

Earlier, the first look of the bilingual was released online and it garnered good attention from film buffs. With the film having a notable actor like Siddharth rendering a song, it is sure to be its USP.

Siddharth currently has multiple projects on hand, including two Tamil films – Shaitan Ka Bachcha, an action comedy film written and directed by Karthik G Krish, and Aruvam, a horror comedy written and directed by Sai Sekar.

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