You Stole My Song
Nitin is thrilled to join the No. 1 Bollywood music composer Sunil Kumar. And it looks as though the love of his life, Aditi, has feelings for him too. He is feeling on top of the world.
But all his dreams come crashing down one after another. Aditi breaks up with him. Sunil steals Nitin's song Zero fikar and passes it off as his own. It goes viral-two million hits in two days!
At this point, the only person who is willing to help Nitin is his friend Govinda, whose aim in life is to win Baddies on YTV and get a girlfriend of his own. Things certainly don't look good for Nitin!
WILL HE BE ABLE TO GET BACK AT SUNIL?
CAN HE EXPOSE THE PLAGIARISM RAMPANT IN THE
BOLLYWOOD MUSIC SCENE? WILL HE BE ABLE
TO WIN BACK THE GIRL OF HIS DREAMS?
Shammeeer Munvar Sultan was born and raised in Chennai. After graduation from College of Engineering, Guindy, he joined a well - known MNC as a software engineer. The Love - failure experienced by his best -friends inspired him to write short and simple Tamil novels which were lapped up by yougesters all over Tamil Nadu. Neon Nagaram - the Tamil novel from which You Stole My Song has been adapted - is his second novel, and is soon to be made into feature film in Tamil. An avid pianist , Shammer is also one of the founders of Paadhai, a creative group formed to express emotions through writings and music. He has pioneered the idea of the musical novel.
Chandru aka Chandrakasan S. grew up in Bhilai and graduated from College of Engineering, Guindy. Being Shammeer's partner-in-crime right from college days, Chandru had no other choice but to join Paadhai. Working full-time as a software engineer with another well-known MNC, he is the CFO of Paadhai in his free time and manages all its business activities. He started adapting Neon Nagaram into You Stole My Song after much coaxing by team Paadhai.