Ponniyin Selvan’s first track Ponni Nadhi is enlivening


Ponni Nadhi, the first song from Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan: I, sounds just as enchanted. The calming track features vocals from AR Rahman, AR Raihana, and Bamba Bakya and lyrics by Ilango Krishnan. Sivami’s pounding beats give us many reasons to be captivated by the entrancing track, and the music looks fantastic.

The flute in the song, played by Kamalakar, and the violin, played by Vignesh, add a refreshing and mesmerizing touch to the song as a whole. The complete cast and crew attended the grand opening of PS1’s first song at the Express Avenue Mall. The story will begin with the Ponni Nadhi song when Vallavarayan Vandhiyathevan (Karthi) rides his horse close to the VeeraNarayana lake on Aadi Perukku.  It is a festival celebrated in the Tamil month of Aadi.

The video shows glimpses of the landscape of the former Chola Empire, on which the film is set. There are also stills and scenes showing Karthi’s character Vallavaraiyan Vandiyadevan traveling across the Chola countryside.

The ensemble cast and captivating graphics of the movie have the fans in a frenzy. Ever since it was announced, the Mani Ratnam movie has been getting good buzz. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be featured as “Nandini,” Karthi as “Vanthiyathevan,” Trisha as “Kundavai,” and Jayam Ravi as “Arunmozhi Varman” alongside Vikram, who is portraying the title role of Aditya Karikalan.

PS-1 is produced by Madras Talkies and Lyca Productions together. On September 30, 2022, PS-1, a Mani Ratnam-directed film with music by AR Rahman, will be released in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam throughout the world.