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Lyricist Arivu Lip Syncs Song With Grandma Post Voting, Video Goes Viral

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Arivu: Enjoy Enjaami was being lipsynced by Arivu, the lyricist himself and this time he was not alone. A viral video of Arivu and his grandmother has now won over the internet.

The song Enjoy Enjaami with its very catchy lyrics has made many celebrities lip-sync it and now the creator himself did it with his grandma. The two are seen shooting the video after the voting.

One can never find Arivu’s lyrics without the political context. In the video, he is also seen with an inked finger along with his grandma. Further, this video has also encouraged several people to go and cast their votes. Currently, for the ongoing Tamil Nadu assembly elections, Arivu is also being vocal about why its important to vote.

Enjoy Enjaami was written by Arivu. As he is politically active, he chose to recount the history of human civilisation and the labour of the oppressed who were denied land and exploited to create the world as we know it today. The musician has said that the song was inspired by the conversations that he had with Valiammal, his grandmother, who was taken to Sri Lanka to work as a bonded labourer in tea estates.

Aviru is also known for his song Vaathi Raid from the movie Master. The music for Enjoy Enjaami is by Santhosh Narayanan. It was produced by AR Rahman’s Majjaa Productions. The song has garnered 110 million views ever since it premiered on YouTube on March 7 this year. From Dulquer Salmaan to Sai Pallavi, Suriya and Dhanush, several celebrities have tweeted out their opinions about the song being extremely catchy.

The singer has done several succesful songs like the snowlin, Kallamouni, Sanda Seivom, Anti-Indian and Jai Bhim Anthem. Additionally, he’s a member of the anti-caste music band The Casteless Collective.

The video can be found here.

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