'Tiger Nageswara Rao' is going to hit the cinemas on October 20. Its Ravi Teja-centric song, titled 'Veedu', is out in multiple languages.
The song, dedicated to the adventurous and amoral streak of the titular character, marks the return of two 'Naatu Naatu' talents: lyricist Chandrabose and dance choreographer Prem Rakshit. The former pens the lines as a mix of the Pushpa Raj ethos and the masala Telugu hero worldview.
Rendered by Anurag Kulkarni, the song has been conceived by director Vamsee as an extension of the unapologetic hero characterization. GV Prakash Kumar's music is average.
Starring Gayatri Bharadwaj and Nupur Sanon as the heroines, the film has been made on a big budget for the pan-Indian audience. Renu Desai will also be seen. Anupam Kher will be seen as an IB officer.
The film's promotional events will be kicked off at a brisk pace soon. Its trailer will be out in mid-October.