Ghibran opts for The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra for Nayanthara's Aramm

The Uttama Villain composer is set to co-ordinate with the prestigious orchestra for the film directed by Gopi Nainar. 

Manigandan KR

The team of upcoming Nayanthara-starrer Aramm has announced that the music for the film, which is being scored by Ghibran, will be conducted by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, an Oscar-nominated orchestra troupe.

The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra is a classical orchestra, which plays more than 250 recording sessions every year. It has previously been associated with several Hollywood classics like The Guns of Navarone (1961), Doctor Zhivago (1965), Lord of the Rings, the Harry Potter films and the Game of Thrones series. The orchestra is one of the most recorded and respected classical orchestras in the world.

Sources close to the film say it was music director Ghibran who chose this orchestra for Aramm.

Aramm is a female-centric film in which Nayanthara plays the lead. Sources suggest that the actress plays a collector in the film. Directed by Gopi Nainar, the film is about a village's struggle for water and how the collector helps in the struggle.