Makkal Selvan Vijay Sethupathi's Maamanithan is gearing up for its release and the fans are eagerly looking forward to seeing the movie. The first single from the film, titled 'Thattiputta' was released a few weeks before and it opened to an overwhelming response from the music lovers. The film will bring together the dream combination of Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja and Yuvan Shankar Raja for the first time and the first song from their combo was 'Thattiputta'. The song was crooned by Ilaiyaraaja and his trademark rendition style made the song sound so magical. Following the success of the first single, the makers have now released the second single from the movie and this new song is called 'Ye Rasa'.

This song is sung by Yuvan Shankar Raja and his fans are surely going to love this song. The ace composer and singer delivers a soulfully heartwarming number and 'Ye Rasa' proves to be a pleasant listen. Pa Vijay's deeply meaningful lyrics has got the potential to lift up the spirit of the listeners, especially during these times of the pandemic. The other highlight of this song is that the team has treated this as a music video and we see Yuvan Shankar Raja featuring in the visuals of the song. 'Ye Rasa' is another magical number from Yuvan Shankar Raja and going by the first two songs, one can be sure that the music of Maamanithan will be a delightful treat.

The film is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Seenu Ramasamy who is known for his emotionally intense dramas like Thenmerku Paruvakaatru, Neerparavai, Dharmadurai, and more. The shooting of Maamanithan is completely wrapped up and the film is waiting for release. There were quite a few issues for the production house and it looks like the problems are getting sorted one by one. Let us hope to see Maamanithan very soon.

Apart from Vijay Sethupathi, the film also features Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom fame Gayathrie, Anikha Surendran, KPAC Lalitha, Guru Somasundaram, and others. For now, check out the newly released second single, 'Ye Rasa' from Vijay Sethupathi's Maamanithan here: