After recording the song, along with Cinemacitivty and Creative Snapix, we shot the video in three hours on a random Tuesday night.
We had the track mixed and mastered by Ishit Kuberkar, a sound engineer based in Chennai and we had our video edited by Sai Krishna.
“In the US, I learned Carnatic vocal music from Jayashree Varadarajan.
During my third year of college, my dad informed me about the auditions going on for ETV’s Padutha Theeyaga US show, hosted by SP Balasubramanyam.
I had previously done a web series episode with him called Coffee Shop Love Stories (Episode 4).
I immediately searched Google, wrote down a list of almost 75 Telugu songs that I loved in 2016.Karthik was also a participant in Padutha Theeyaga many years ago and he attended AR Rahman’s music school.Since then, he has been composing for movies and other projects.Speaking about the inception, this major from University of California says, “In December, a couple of people from my college did an a cappella mashup of eight English songs in 2016.I immediately thought this would be super cool to do with Telugu songs. I wanted it to all sound like one song that you can listen to while driving.
I also currently learn Carnatic vocal music from Sreenidhi Venkatesh.