Having achieved the title of ‘Indian Shakira’, pan-India actress Tamannaah Bhatia is currently basking in the astronomical success of her foot-tapping number Kaavaalaa from her highly anticipated film Jailer. After leaving hearts aflutter with the chartbuster Tamil song, the makers of the film have now announced the Hindi version of the same, titled Tu Aa Dilbara.
In an exciting development, UFO Moviez announced acquiring the Hindi distributing rights of Jailer for North India. Soon after, Sun Pictures announced the launch of the Hindi version of the sensational Anirudh-composed track. The Hindi lyrics of Tu Aa Dilbara have been penned by Raqueeb Alam, while it has been sung by Sindhuja Srinivasan.
While the #kaavaalaa fever continues💃🏻— UFO Cine Media Network (@UFOMoviez) July 25, 2023
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Kaavaalaa emerged as a trending song on Instagram reels in no time from its launch. The peppy track took the internet by storm with thousands of users sharing videos of themselves performing Tamannaah’s electrifying hookstep. Kaavaalaa’s lyrical video was also quick to surpass a whopping 50 million views on YouTube. Now, fans eagerly wait to witness what Tu Aa Dilbara has in store for them.
Meanwhile, apart from Jailer, Tamannaah Bhatia has an interesting lineup of projects across languages on the horizon. She has Bandra in Malayalam, Bhola Shankar in Telugu, and Aranmanai 4 in Tamil. Additionally, Tamannaah will be seen sharing the screen space with John Abraham in Vedaa, helmed by Nikkhil Advani.