Ram Setu Anthem- Jai Shree Ram: Akshay Kumar’s song is an energetic goosebump-worthy track that will make it to your playlist this Diwali

After the phenomenal response to the glimpse of the Jai Shree Ram song in the trailer of the action adventure film - Ram Setu, the makers launched the anthem at a grand event in Mumbai today with the male lead Akshay Kumar. The launch of the Ram Setu anthem - Jai Shree Ram - witnessed the presence of media from all over the nation. Hundreds of fans too were a part of this interactive launch. This energetic goosebumps-worthy track is crooned and composed by Vikram Montrose, and penned by Shekhar Astitwa. The song is mixed and mastered by Eric Pillai from Future Sound Of Bombay and supervised by Azeem Dayani. 

Akshay had a pleasant surprise waiting for him as the Ram Setu team brought up the karaoke version of the anthem and invited him to sing on stage with his fans and media. The team also hosted a special lunch for the media serving traditional Diwali thali to bring in the festive joy. Also present at the event were director Abhishek Sharma and producer Vikram Malhotra and Manish Menghani from Prime Video.

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The story of Ram Setu written and directed by Abhishek Sharma, revolves around an atheist archaeologist turned believer, Aryan Kulshrestha (Akshay Kumar), who must race against time to prove the true existence of the legendary Ram Setu before evil forces destroy the pillar of India’s heritage.

Presented by Prime Video in association with Cape of Good Films and Lyca Productions and is an Abundantia Entertainment Production. The film is produced by Aruna Bhatia (Cape of Good Films), Vikram Malhotra (Abundantia Entertainment), Subaskaran, Mahaveer Jain, and Aashish Singh (Lyca Productions) and Prime Video with Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi as the Creative Producer. Ram Setu will be distributed worldwide in theatres by Zee Studios. Ram Setu is slated to release this Diwali on 25th October 2022.

(Source: Agencies)