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Liger Watt Laga Denge Motivational anthem for players

Liger Watt Laga Denge Motivational anthem for players
Liger Watt Laga Denge Motivational anthem for players

Young sensation Vijay Deverakonda is coming to enthrall audiences with his upcoming sport based drama Liger. Directed by the ace filmmaker Puri Jagannadh,  who is best known for helming ismart Shankar and Temper. The movie marks Vijay Deverakonda’ debut in Bollywood and it has Ananya Panday as the leading lady.  The shoot of Liger has been completed and the makers have started the promotional activities. Today morning Vijay Deverakonda took to his Twitter and released the theme song of the movie which is Titled Waat Laga Denge. The song speaks about the aura and the attitude of Liger. The  song reveals the journey of Vijay Deverakonda’ character as a tea seller from Mumbai who later enters MMA ring.

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This track Waat Laga Denge is shot on Ramya Krishnan and Vijay Deverakonda, who are playing  mother and son in the film. The song depicts the true attitude of Vijay character, which is all about undying courage. The makers have used the stammering problem in Waat Laga Denge. The cinematography work and the visuals of the public dancing to the foot tapping number, look interesting

Vijay Deverakonda has himself crooned the song, which has been composed by Sunil Kashyap and  the lyrics are penned by Liger director Puri Jagannadh

After listening to the song, one of the music lover said: Waat Laga Denge….super Vijay Anna…. Ee bomma compulsory blockbuster. Another netizen wrote: It’s become an anthem for players who represent their country in international games, Vijay ana really awesome ana, love from warangal, it’s a blockbuster and big motivational for youngsters. Another music lover said: FinallY a song choreographed.. in Rural areas.. showing Our Rural culture and enormous talent !! Beautifully choreographed.

 Liger is all set to hit theatres on 25th August  in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages.

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