Yash Raj Films (YRF) is leading Indian entertainment company, which is mainly into the production of Hindi movies. Now, this popular production house is venturing into South Indian film industry with the bilingual movie Aaha Kalyanam, which is simultaneously made in Telugu and Tamil. The producers have released theatrical trailers of both versions, which have received overwhelming response from the film goers in down South. This video has been released in theatres with Aamir Khan's Dhoom 3.
Aditya Chopra's first South Indian film Aaha Kalyanam is a remake of YRF's Hindi movie Band Baaja Baaraat starring Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma in leads. This romantic comedy film is a story of smart and fun-loving guy, who starts wedding planner company with an intelligent girl. Despite achieving success, how their differences turn them into bitter rivals will form the crux of the story.
In Aaha Kalyanam, Nani and Vaani Kapoor are essaying the lead roles played by Ranveer and Anushka in the original. Debutante A Gokul Krishna, who is directing this bilingual movie has made several changes to suit the taste of South Indian film goers. Band Baaja Baaraat has several wedding sequences. But director is said to have highlighted the various rituals and cultures in South Indian weddings. He has reportedly shot nearly 23 wedding sequences in the form of montages and elaborate sequences.
The theatrical trailer of Aaha Kalyanam, which was released on December 19, offers the first look at Nani and Vaani's roles. The 2.14-minute video also has enough hint at their wedding planner company 'Getti Melam'. According to the trailer, the movie has something new to offer to Telugu and Tamil audience. But many Telugu film goers are upset that the video is the dubbed version of Tamil remake. Continue to read viewers' comments in the slideshow.