The trailer of AR Rahman‘s Atkan Chatkan is an inspiring tale of hope starring Lydian Nadhaswaram streaming on September 5. We are introduced to the character of Guddu, who wants to be a musician but doesn’t really have the resources to learn music.
Guddu works on his skills and creates music on whatever he can find and forms a band that could potentially win a competition and get them all into a music school. Apart from his economic background, Guddy also has to fight his father in order to realise his dreams. Lydian Nadhaswaram essays the role of the character of Guddu in Atkan Chatkan. The child prodigy shot to fame for his talent on the piano is also a protege of AR Rahman. The film also stars Amitriyaan, Sachin Chaudhary, Yash Rane, Tamanna Dipak, Aayesha Vindhara in pivotal roles. AR Rahman is presenting the Shiv Hare directorial Atkan Chatkan, the music of the film is composed by legendary percussionist Sivamani. The songs of Atkan Chatkan are sung by actor Amitabh Bachchan and vocalists Sonu Nigam, Hariharan, Runa Sivamani, and Uthara Unnikrishnan.
Watch the trailer of Atkan Chatkan here:
Sivamani speaking about the upcoming film said in a statement, “As kids, we have always been a little lost and looking for hope for our bizarre dreams that only make sense to us at that age, just like Guddu. It is an amalgamation of these four kids’ burning desire to fulfil their dream. A musical that will take you on a rhythmic journey of hope and dreams. We all need a bit of hope at this time.”
Atkan Chatkan starts streaming on ZEE5 from September 5.
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