Vijay Deverakonda Liger song Waat Laga Denge is here to offer you a pick-me-up
In the teaser for his upcoming film, Liger, Vijay Deverakonda can be seen stammering. The same stammer has been transformed into a powerful song, What Laga Denge, as his cinematic character, an MMA fighter, goes on to represent India in an important tournament. Vijay Deverakonda sang the song, which was written by Liger director Puri Jagannadh and composed by Sunil Kashyap.
The unusual camera technique and visuals of the people dancing to the foot-tapping tune add to the impact. It’s marketed as the “ideal inspiring anthem for your next objective.” The song begins with Vijay saying, “what Laga dengue,” and his speech delivery bears a striking resemblance to Suniel Shetty.
The movie is being directed by Puri Jagannadh, while Karan Johar is the one producing it. In this film, Vijay makes his debut as an actor in Hindi cinema. In addition to that, Ramya Krishnan plays the role of his mother, Ananya Panday plays the role of his sweetheart, Ronit Roy plays the role of his coach, and Mike Tyson makes a surprise appearance. On August 25, it will be made available in the languages of Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.
Last week, Vijay debuted the Liger teaser in Hyderabad and later in Mumbai. He wore slippers to the Mumbai event and was complimented by actor Ranveer Singh on his confidence in wearing them. Vijay and Ananya were also featured in the fourth episode of Season 7 of Koffee With Karan, which aired on Thursday.
Liger’s first single, Audi Pakdi, was released a few weeks ago. Vijay and Ananya show off their best talents on the dance floor in the exciting dance sequence.
Vijay recently told PTI regarding his Hindi feature debut, “I consider (my Hindi debut) as getting to live a dream.” I enjoy delivering stories, especially to large audiences in large auditoriums. India has a much larger auditorium. “I regard it as the realization of a personal dream and aspiration.”
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