Maara is Madhavan's next outing in Tamil cinema and the film is directed by Dhilip Kumar, who earlier made the independent Tamil film, Kalki (streaming on Netflix). Maara is the official Tamil remake of Dulquer Salmaan - Parvathy starrer Charlie and the film has got good expectations among the fans. Shraddha Srinath will be reprising Parvathy's role as the female lead and Maara marks her second outing with Madhavan after the highly successful Vikram Vedha. The film will be a direct OTT release on Amazon Prime Video and it is scheduled to stream from December 17. The makers are currently busy with the final leg of post production works and the film is expected to be fully completed soon.

A new song from the film has now been released and this is the second single which is called, 'Oru Arai Unathu'. This light hearted fun song is crooned by Yazin Nazir and Sanah Moidutty and the lyrics have been penned by Thamarai. The film's music director Ghibran scores big with this track as it sounds energetic and pumps up your mood as you listen to it. The song has a unique flavour and it supplements the mood and theme of the film. 'Oru Arai Unathu' is a pleasant listen and it has a very positive sounding. Through this video, we get to see a few pictures of Shraddha Srinath and Maddy and it is going to be a treat to witness them together. The lyric video of the song has been released on the official YouTube channel of Think Music who owns the film's audio rights.

Produced by Prateek Chakravorty and Shruti Nallappa under the banner of Pramod Films, this feel-good breezy drama has cinematography by Dinesh Krishnan and Karthik Muthukumar. The other members in the technical team include Bhuvan Srinivasan (editing), Ajayan Chalissery (art direction), Anbariv (stunts), Tapas Nayak (audiography), and others. Apart from Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath, the film also stars Sshivada and veteran actor Moulee in supporting roles. As the film is gearing up to release on Prime Video on December 17, here is the lyric video of the second single, 'Oru Arai Unathu'.