What's the Chinese song in '7am Arivu' about?

As time is ticking closer to September 22, the day when the audio album of AR Murugadoss-Surya starrer teamed with Harris Jayaraj's music is about to hit stands, comes more tidbits on the most expected Surya film of the year.

Set to tunes by Harris Jayaraj, the music track of '7am Arivu' has six song tracks of which one is a Chinese song, which appears during the part Surya plays as a Chinese monk. This song interestingly was penned by Madhan Karky in Chinese. The lyric writer incidentally, while his stay overseas, had also learnt a bit of Chinese.

This Chinese number is crooned by a girl child who was specially flown down for this purpose from Singapore. The song, in the film, portrays an awe-struck Chinese girl, describing a man from India, singing about his heroism. For this song the crew flew to China and re-created a set with props similar to a 6th century Chinese village. The song sees Surya performing along with more than 1000 artists from China.

The film sees Surya and Shruti Haasan playing the leads and is produced by Red Giant Movies. Every detail of this Murugadoss magnum opus is creating a lot of expectations in the audience's minds, and '7am Arivu' is gearing up to hit theatres across the globe for Diwali.


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