‘No Words, Pure Bliss’: ‘Varaha Roopam’ Singer Is Back With the ‘Unplugged version’

The ‘Kantara’ singer Sai Vignesh sings ‘Varaha Roopam’ again but this time it’s unplugged. And surprisingly, the new version sounds more beautiful than the original version used in the Kannada film.

Varaha Roopam Unplugged

Playback singer Sai Vignesh is enjoying the success of his latest song ‘Varaha Roopam’ from the Kannada film Kantara which was in the news recently. The elegant song plays in parallel to Bhoota kola sequences towards the climax of the film, which has made an everlasting impression among viewers.


Sai Vignesh, a Carnatic singer by training, has now come up with an unplugged version of ‘Varaha Roopam’ song on YouTube. Here’s the video:

Netizens react

Reacting to the song, a user writes, “I wish u to get national award for best playback singer for this song.”

Second one writes, “That transition from Thodi to Mukhari is simply brilliant.. More than all the progression rock, i love your solo unplugged.


“Divine!!!!!! last time you uploaded only snippet…but I wanted you to upload the whole lyrics….I wanted this one…thank you Anna….very big fan of yours Anna,” the third one writes.

Set in a fictional village in Dakshina Kannada, the Rishab Shetty directional and starrer has been praised by many for being rooted. The screenplay is incorporated with the depiction of folklore and native cultures like Bhoota kola, Daivaradhaane, and Kambala. Following the film’s success in Kannada, the dubbed versions of the film were also released in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.