Harshavardhan Rameshwar: Devil’s music has diverse range

Harshavardhan Rameshwar

Nandamuri Kalyanram starrer “Devil” is set for release on December 29th. The film’s music director Harshavardhan Rameshwar said he used traditional foreign musical instruments for this film to achieve the authentic period sound. Harshavardhan Rameshwara gained national recognition with his stunning background score for Sandeep Reddy Vanga directed Ranbir Kapoor starrer “Animal”.


About Devil’s soundtrack

“Devil” is a spy thriller set in British India. We integrated a diverse range of traditional foreign instruments to achieve an authentic atmosphere in the musical composition, taking into account the film’s 1940s backdrop.

Once I fully engaged in the realm of Devil, I exerted my utmost effort.

Kalyan Ram showcased exceptional acting skills in “Bimbisara”, and in “Devil”, audiences will witness his extraordinary transformation.

From “Animal” to “Devil”

I was completely immersed with “Animal” for many months, still producer-director Abhishek Nama exhibited patience and demonstrated faith in my capabilities by waiting. I am confident that this film has the potential to garner accolades at the national level.

Novelty in songs

“Devil” comprises of three songs, and Kalyan Ram adamantly advocated for introducing novelty in each of them. I had the liberty to engage in collaboration with youthful and gifted lyricists. Abhishek recommended rapper Rajkumari, and the song has received a favorable reception.

Directing a musical

I conveyed my eagerness to collaborate with Sandeep Reddy Vanga in writing process, and he graciously extended an invitation for me to participate in the creation of two additional films. My ambition is to helm a music-centric film.



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