New Delhi: Lady luck seems to be smiling on ‘Indian Idol 5’ winner Sreeram Chandra, who has collaborated with Fox Star Studios India`s ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader’, for a special sound track.
The song called ‘Rehnuma’ will feature with the end credits of Hindi, Tamil and Telugu version of the 3D movie. The song was part of Sreeram`s first album ‘Rehnuma’, which was released by Sony Music after he won ‘Indian Idol 5’.
"`Indian Idol` was a dream come true and now a song in `Narnia 3` is like magic unfolding right in front of my eyes. I am delighted, honoured and humbled to have this opportunity. Now, of course, it all depends on how well the audience accepts and responds to it," Sreeram said in a press statement.
There will be a special music video featuring Sreeram and clips from the film. "Narnia 3" will release Dec 3.
Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios India, said: "Sreeram`s fresh, youthful voice is a perfect match to the exciting and thrilling Narnia experience."
The association is part of a unique initiative by Twentieth Century Fox, which is recording songs by several international artists for their respective country markets.
While `American Idol` winner and five-time Grammy winner Carrie Underwood has recorded the end title song, "There`s a Place for Us," for the US, Joe McElderry has recorded the song for Britain, and Swedish boy-band E.M.D. has recorded it for Sweden.
"Sreeram`s versatility and talent as a singer have taken him places. We are proud of this collaboration, through which an Indian artist receives an international performance platform," said Shridhar Subramaniam, managing director, Sony Music, India.