Magizhini, the first Tamil LGBTQ song  |  Photo Credit: YouTube
- The first Tamil LGBTQ song ‘Magizhini – It’s not my fault’ featuring the love story of two Bharatnatyam dancers was released on Monday
- It features actors Gouri Kishan and Anagha
- The song has been directed by VG Balasubramanian and the lyrics are by Madhan Karky
The first Tamil LGBTQ song featuring two women in love has gone crazy viral. The song titled ‘Magizhini – It’s not my fault’ features actors Gouri Kishan and Anagha as Bharathanatyam dancers.
The song features Anagha as a student who moved to Chennai. Gouri’s parents are upset with her after her father finds out that she is a lesbian.
The two meet at a Bharatnatyam class and their love story begins. They start dating soon. After Gouri spends a night at Anagha’s place, her father sends her away from their home. Meanwhile, Anagha decides to tell her mother that she loves a girl.
The video begins with Anagha consoling Gouri in the green room and ends with the couple performing Bharatnatyam on the stage.
“Nobody chooses who they should fall in love with and none should be blamed for the ones they are in love with….This Song explores the fact that Love has been the same natural human emotion over the ages, no matter whoever is willing to fall in it,” the song’s description says.
The music has been composed by Govind Vasantha and the video has been directed by VG Balasubramanian. The song released by Saregama Originals has lyrics by Madhan Karky. It has been sung by Keerthana Vaidyanathan.
Netizens praised the song and the whole team behind it. One user said, “This is an amazing step in the right direction!!! Let’s see more like this!!!!” Another wrote, “This gives our society hope for the LGBTQ community. Acceptance comes from each person as a friend, sister, brother, and as parents. Hats off to such a bold effort to the entire crew.”