Date posted: February 24, 2014
Though she is busy as a been and has been shooting non-stop for her upcoming Telugu and Hindi films, Shruti Haasan was in Chennai recently not to shoot for any Tamil film but to record a Tamil song. Shruti, who is a multi-skilled personality, is a trained singer, talented musician and a great dancer as well.
Shruti’s fans have been yearning for her comeback in Tamil films. Shruti has so far appeared only in two Tamil films: 7am Arivu opposite Suriya was her debut film and her second Tamil film was 3 opposite Dhanush. Both the films didn’t scorch the box-office with their theatrical collections but Shruti earned the tag of an actress of substance.
She has been concentrating mainly in Telugu and Hindi films and has a handful of projects in both these languages. Late last year, she flew into Chennai to record a Tamil song in D. Imman’s music for the upcoming film Yennamo Yedho. Imman said he thought Shruti would do justice to the song and remarked on his Twitter account later that he was very happy to record the song in her voice.
This time, Shruti has sung a song in her close friend Anirudh Ravichander’s music for the upcoming Sivakarthikeyan-Hansika starrer Maan Karate. Anirudh, who has known Shruti for a long time, called her over to sing the song for Hansika which was recorded in a single night a few days back.
Incidentally, Anirudh debuted as music director with Shruti’s 3 which had the immensely popular Why This Kolaveri Di number sung and penned by Dhanush. Shruti has tweeted on her Twitter account saying that it was ‘Fun, fun and fun’ to record a song in friend Anirudh’s music.