Thayir Sadam

A Recipe Song that teaches you how to make Thayir Sadam, or Curd Rice, from South India - through a song. From Sawan's collection of recipe songs at The Metronome, her song blog at YouTube.

  • Sawan Dutta
    Director
  • Sawan Dutta
    Writer
  • Sawan Dutta
    Producer
  • C B Arun Kumar
    Producer
  • Sawan Dutta
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Music Video, Short, Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 27 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 11, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    2,500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    India
  • Country of Filming:
    India
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Full HD DSLR
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Sawan Dutta

Sawan Dutta graduated as an architect from the Delhi School of Planning and Architecture. After working as an architect briefly, she switched to music professionally. She is now a Mumbai / Bangalore based composer, music director/producer, songwriter and vocalist with over two decades of musical works under her belt.
Her commercial projects include a variety of platforms and genres such as Bollywood films, over 200 TV show themes and scores, commercial ads, documentary soundtracks, non film albums, and music for theatre and installations.
Sawan is currently best known for her pathbreaking Song Blog, The Metronome, which she hosts at her YouTube channel. Here she creates original quirky songs and supporting videos about a range of unusual subjects with her partner, C B Arun Kumar. This includes what is possibly the first and only collection of Recipe Songs in the world! Over a span of 5 years, The Metronome has garnered 3.7 million views, generated numerous Viral Hits and attracted widespread media coverage. All her current videos from The Metronome are created within extremely frugal budgets within 1K to 4K$

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Director Statement

In this Recipe Song Video I show my viewers how to make Thayir Sadam, a soothing vegetarian Curd Rice recipe popular all over South India - through a song written, composed, produced and performed by me. In keeping with the origins of the recipe, the song uses Carnatic music from South India as a musical base, with melodic and percussion instruments from this region. The attire too is borrowed from how women in this part of India typically dress.