Bollywood actor Suniel Shettyâ€™s look in the upcoming Kannada movie Pailwaan was released a few days ago and has captured the attention of the movie buffs. He plays the character Sarkar, the godfather and wrestling coach to the hero Kiccha Sudeep. Along with his look in the film, the makers also released a song featuring him and Sudeep which has gone viral already.
"I absolutely loved the look. It is about going back to the masses and the sport of the masses, which is wrestling," Suniel said.
"I am super excited about this one as it is my first Kannada film. I am also excited about the way the makers have presented my character Sarkar in the film, an elderly figure to Kichcha Sudeep. Love the grandeur of the song and also the choreography by Ganesh Acharya. It felt so good to dance after a long time," he added.
The song was released in five languages as the film is slated to be released in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi. The Kannada version of the song titled Baaro Pailwaan has been sung by Vijay Prakash, Kailash Kher and Chandan Shetty while the Hindi version titled Jai Ho Pehlwaan has been rendered by Vyas Raj, Dev Negi and Amit Mutreja.
The Malayalam version Va Va Pailwaan was sung by Deepesh and MC Vicky, and the Tamil version by Blue, Mukesh and MC Vicky with Sai Charan Bhaskaruni and Saketh Komanduri singing the Telugu version. Music for the song has been composed by Arjun Janya with Ganesh Acharya choreographing the dance. On the song, Suniel had said that he simply loved the way it was filmed and the choreography was top notch.
Produced and directed by S Krishna, Pailwaan marks his collaboration for the second time with Sudeep after the massive success of Hebbuli last year. Incidentally, S Krishnaâ€™s wife Swapna will be making her debut as a producer with Pailwaan by making it under the banner RRR Productions.
Sudeep plays a boxer and wrestler in this flick and being his first-ever sports drama, he did undergo a lot of training to learn the nuances of the martial arts. The actor flew down to Thailand where he underwent rigorous training under the guidance of some experts. Karunakar is cranking the camera for this film.
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