Aditya Verma is the latest Tamil film to be directed by Vikram’s son Dhruv Vikram. The film will hit the screens on November 22 in India. Directed by Girishya. The film will hit the screens on November 21st outside India. Bala was directed by Varma. However, he was later replaced by the director. The heroine of the film is Banita Sandhu. Priya Anand will be seen in the lead role. The music of the film is composed by Rathan. The film is produced by E4 Entertainment. The soundtrack of Dhruv Vikram- starrer Adithya Varma has seven songs just like its original, Arjun Reddy, which starred Vijay Devarakonda. Composer Radhan plays to his strengths in this Tamil remake by replicating the strong soundtrack of the Telugu original. The album begins with the peppy, Edharkadi, sung by Dhruv Vikram, accompanied by heavy drumbeats. The indelible Sid Sriram has two songs in the album: Yaen Ennai Pirindhaai and Yaarumillaa?— both sombre numbers. Yaen Ennai Pirindhaai, which is peppered with a pleasant flute interlude, reflects the pain of a long-lost romance.Yaarumilla, on the other hand, is yet another ballad on loneliness and self-exploration, which we could have perhaps done without. Like Madhuram, the original from Arjun Reddy, rendered by Sameera Bharadwaj, Amudhangalaal (voiced by Priyanka) seamlessly fuses classical sitar interludes with a touch of EDM. Like the hit original number, the Tamil song, too, stands out in the album. The fusion conjures the merging of two different worlds. Kanna is a sweet solo voiced by Kirthika Nelson, who breathes life into the crisp number. Dhooram, another female solo in the album, is beautifully rendered by Dhvani Bhanushali’s misty voice. While the last number in the soundtrack, Idhu Enna Maayamo, fails to pack a punch, the guitar strums adds energy to the otherwise forgettable song. The album’s smart soundtrack ends up evoking memories of Radhan’s best work.