AKHILA Carnatic Electronic Dance Music Video | Nikitha Sharma | Gomtesh Upadhye | Metronome Studios

AKHILA is a musical narrative about a woman overcoming her inner conflict and seeking more through nature, dance and music.

The instrumental track is based on the song Akhilandeshwari set to Raga Dwijavanti which derives its roots from the Hindustani Raag Jaijaiwanti. Driven by classical violin and mridangam, the soundtrack includes Carnatic elements created by an iPad app, GeoShred, along with electronic music production.

Mahesh Raghvan
Karthick Iyer
Sumesh Narayanan

Written & Directed by
Gomtesh Upadhye

Produced by
Phaneendra Medida

Nikitha Sharma

Vishwakiran Nambi

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20 thoughts on “AKHILA Carnatic Electronic Dance Music Video | Nikitha Sharma | Gomtesh Upadhye | Metronome Studios

  1. Such a beautiful video๐Ÿ˜ Amazingly shot and edited. Nikitha is really an amazing dancer. Music could have been better. It’s not so catchy. But suits the theme.
    All the best team. โค

  2. AKHILAโ™ฅ which means Wholeness,
    Percieving the Beauty of my name๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜Œ. A women overcoming her inner conflict and seeking more through Nature , Dance and Music. Beautifully captured. Loved this

  3. Wow Iโ€™ve never seen anything like this before. It is so fresh and pleasing to the eye. You dance so gracefully and I love everything about the aesthetics and that beautiful smile of yours. Keep the good work. Love this โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ. By the way itโ€™s bliss here just using my other account on YouTube. Nikita you are awesome ๐Ÿ˜˜

  4. My ‘Manasapoorthi Naman’ to the Mother Nayana Upadhyayji who inspired this Majestic experience ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  5. Excellent production. Loved everything about it. The locales, artist selection, cinematography, music, editing…everything is superb. Great Job Phani. Look forward to more such productions.

  6. The two and only biggest strengths in this music video are : (1) the unparalleled beauty of Nature in all its breathtaking simplicity and how the team captured this (2) the amazing music by Mahesh Raghvan
    , Karthick Iyer and Sumesh Narayanan. However, somewhat disappointing to see a strong western influence in how the dance was portrayed regardless of the very brief screen capture of Lord Nadaraja and the occasional hand mudras. This was in conflict with the carnatic music, I would say. The conflict appears to be one of an identity crisis when east meets west. Interesting narrative.

  7. More than the physique, her actions carry energy, power and impacts. Grace – I find in her activities, I find in your photography, and in the waters… The story, in the first silhouette in the living and in the last scene where she looks directly at us, the camera has simply vanished in between!

  8. Akhilaโ€™s instrumental track is now streaming online in major music stores.

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    We wish you have a safe and happy 2021.

    Happy Holidays!

  9. Mesmerizing ๐Ÿ™‚ so pleasing to hear this version of my fav composition ๐Ÿ™‚ awesome visuals, I can picture myself dancing in there in nature ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Most beautiful 8 mins without a dialogue I’ve ever scene. Gomatesh- I am a fan. Don’t let this authenticity leave you. Looking forward to great things from you..

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