This song will feature in director Vasanthabalan’s 'Jail' starring GV Prakash in the lead.

Aditi Rao Hydari sings her first Tamil song
Flix Kollywood Wednesday, December 05, 2018 - 18:11

Last seen in Mani Ratnam's multi-starrer gangster drama Chekka Chivantha Vaanam as a Journalist, Aditi Rao Hydari croons her first Tamil song for director Vasanthabalan’s Jail, composed by actor and composer GV Prakash Kumar.

Sharing the news, GV Prakash tweeted, "Super happy to announce that the super talented @aditiraohydari will be singing her debut Tamil song in my music for @vasantabalan sirs #jail .. it’s a duet with me ... the song is called #காத்தோடு #kathhodu .. can’t wait for u guys to hear it"

Aditi Rao too tweeted, "Recorded my first song in Tamil!Butterflies in my tummy! Thank you for trusting me with such a pretty song and guiding me through so smoothly @gvprakash... all the best to you and @vasantabalan sir for #Jail"

Jail directed by National award-winning filmmaker Vasanthabalan who returns to direction after four years features GV Prakash Kumar in the titular role. Going by the first look and recently released stills it looks like Jail could be about slum rehabilitation and how the settlers are affected, forcing them to move out.   

Aditi crooned her first song in 2012 romantic comedy London, Paris, New York where she shared the screen space with  Ali Zafar in the direction of Anu Menon. In the film, she san for two songs 'Thehree Si Zindagi' and 'Voh Dekhnay Mein'.

Aditi's first Tamil film was Sringaram in 2007 but she made an impressive comeback a decade later with the Mani Ratnam directorial Kaatru Veliyidai.

She is currently busy Varun Tej's  Antariksham 9000 KMPHthe first ever space film in the Telugu film industry. Directed by Sankalp Reddy of The Ghazi Attack it is expected to hit the marquee on December 21 to cash in on the long Christmas weekend. The film has two female leads – Lavanya Tripathi and Aditi Rao Hydari – in the star cast.

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