Rahul Sipligun fast paced energetic number for Sai Dharam Tej

Rahul Sipligun fast paced energetic number for Sai Dharam Tej
Rahul Sipligun fast paced energetic number for Sai Dharam Tej

The Bigg Boss 3 Telugu Winner Rahul Sipligun is back and now his first song after the reality show is out. Rahul Sipligun has lent his vocals for the song ‘Thakita Thakita’ for the upcoming romantic and family entertainer ‘Prati Roju Pandage’ starring Sai Dharam Tej. Today morning the makers of ‘Prati Roju Pandage’ released the lyrical video of the song ‘Prati Roju Pandage’ on YouTube.

The song ‘Thakita Thakita’ is crooned by Rahul Siplingunj and Geetha Madhuri whereas the lyrics are penned by Kasarla Shyam. This is a fast-paced energetic number with the mass beat, which is crooned by Rahul Siplingunj for Sai Dharam Tej’s film.

The lyrical video of ‘Thakita Thakita’ shows the promotional side of the song. It is a situational song where Sai Dharam Tej will be seen with Satyaraj who is playing the protagonist’s father.

Rahul Sipligun is a playback singer, songwriter, and Independent musician. He is known for his Hyderabadi, Telangana slang songs. He has worked in over 50 Telugu movies. His first song was, College bulloda, for the movie Josh in 2009, when he was just 20 years old. he has lent his voice for several movies such as Dammu, Vaastu baagundhe, Singareni Undi in Racha, Peddha Puli in Chal Mohan Ranga.

‘Prati Roju Pandage’ is written and directed by Maruthi Dasari and it has Raashi Khanna in the female lead role. The last two films of Maruthi disappointed the movie lovers at the box office and with this upcoming movie, he is expected to bounce back. Thaman S is composing the music for this film. The movie is jointly bankrolled by GA2 Pictures, UV Creations. The film is all set to hit the theaters on 20th December 2019.

On the other side, Sai Dharam Tej is also busy in his upcoming film Solo Bratuke So Better which is helmed by debutant Subbu and Raashi Khanna is waiting for the release of upcoming multi starrer Venky Mama.