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Now, it's Tamil tunes for Himesh Reshammiya

india Updated: Jul 03, 2006 12:03 IST
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If most of our biggies crave for southern music maestro AR Rahman, here is the time for the Bollywood to rejoice.

Himesh Reshammiya, who is churning out one hit after another, is all set to score the music in Kamal Hassan starrer Dasavatharam, a Hindi-Tamil bilingual film to be directed by KS Ravikumar.

In this rip-roaring satire, Kamal will be seen playing 10 different characters — the first time that an actor will be seen essaying so many characters.

Reportedly, some of the characters that Kamal will play are George Bush, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussain and a few other characters that are a closely guarded secret right now.

Dasavatharam is said to be the most hilarious script in recent times. “Dasavatharam is science fiction, a multi-crore budgeted film, worth Rs 50 to 60 crore and ahead of it’s time.

My music will have a fusion of folk and today’s music. It’s an honour to score the music for a film being made on such a huge scale and starring Kamal Hassan,” says Himesh Reshammiya.

The film will go on the floors in about two months.

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