For song "Yed Lagla", Ajay-Atul recorded symphonies with an orchestra of 66 musicians as 45 string section, 6 piece woodwinds, 13 piece of brass including 6 piece of horn section and 1 harp in Sony Scoring Stage,Hollywood. It was conducted by the renowned Mark Graham, with an emphatic stress on the arrangement of instruments like cello, violin, harp, horns and brass.
The film has a soundtrack from the movie 'Fandry' end credits. It is played at the cricket match and at the birthday party by a group of people for cheering the mob. Even the song 'Zingat' starts with same tune played on different instrument. Fandry is made by the same director.
The film was selected for the 66th Berlin International Film Festival under its Generation 14plus section. Rinku Rajguru was awarded a National Film Award - Special Jury Award / Special Mention (Feature Film) at the 63rd National Film Awards in 2015 "for her effective portrayal of a lively girl who defies societal norms but ultimately has to face the wrath of her family"
Nagraj Manjule wrote Sairat as a "classic love story" and aimed for it to be more commercial than his previous films.. It was based on his own experiences and so he chose his own village Jeur, Karmala Taluka in Solapur.
During the start of the song "sairat jhala jee" as the couple holds hands in slow motion,you can clearly see the close-up of Parshya's watch, which shows that it is ten minutes to 5 pm, slightly indicating the time when this scene was shot.