The official Tamil remake of 2018 hit Hindi film Badhaai Ho is gearing up for its theatrical release on 17 June 2022. Titled Veetla Vishesham, the film is the Tamil remake will see RJ Balaji reprising Ayushmann Khurranna’s role, while actors Sathyaraj and Urvashi will be stepping into the shoes of actors Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta respectively. What happens when a couple gets pregnant in their late forties or early fifties? That is exactly the unfamiliar question that Veetla Vishesham attempts to answer, by taking a humorous approach. The story is about a youngster getting ready for wedding. And what happens when his mom gets pregnant then forms the crux. The title of the film closely resembles the name of the 1994 comedy drama Veetla Visehshanga.
The film's lead actor RJ Balaji took to his official Twitter handle in a moment of excitement to announce the latest update from the film to the fans. He revealed that the second single titled 'Paapa Paattu' from the film will be releasing tomorrow. Sharing an animated illustration to give a feel of the upcoming he song, he also attached caption along with it that read, "Okay lets start again !!!#VeetlaVishesham 2nd single #PaapaPaattu from Tomorrow.!!! 💖💖 பச்ச சட்டை, @sidsriram voice ல செம்மயா ஒரு பாட்டு on the way !!! 💖💖 @ggirishh @pavijaypoet #VeetlaVisheshamFromJune17 ".
Okay lets start again !!!#VeetlaVishesham 2nd single #PaapaPaattu from Tomorrow.!!! 💖💖— RJ Balaji (@RJ_Balaji) June 6, 2022
பச்ச சட்டை, @sidsriram voice ல செம்மயா ஒரு பாட்டு on the way !!! 💖💖 @ggirishh @pavijaypoet #VeetlaVisheshamFromJune17 pic.twitter.com/GtsQarikXf
It is directed by RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan. The duo had teamed up earlier for the Tamil comedy film Mookuthi Amman. Karthick Muthukumar is on board as the director of photography, while Girishh Gopalakrishnan has been roped in as the music composer. Selva RK is taking care of editing for the project. The story is by Shantanu Srivastava and Akshat Ghildial. The supporting cast includes actors KPAC Lalitha, Pavithra Lokesh, and Visvesh, among others. The songs have been sung by singers Gangai Amaran, Benny Dayal, Sid Sriram, Bombay Jayashri Ramnath, Vijay Yesudas, Jairam Balasubramanian, Debapriya Adhikary, and Sinduri.
06/06/2022 08:00 PM