Aaha Kalyanam is an upcoming Tamil romantic comedy film which is also dubbed in Telugu directed by debutant A. Gokul Krishna and produced by Aditya Chopra's Yash Raj Films.
A remake of Maneesh Sharma's successful 2010 Hindi film, Band Baaja Baaraat, the film features Nani and Vaani Kapoor in the lead roles. while the songs and climax scenes were individually shot. The film will be released on 7 February 2014. The first teaser was launched on 20 December 2013.
The story goes like Shruti (Vaani Kapoor) and Shakthi (Nani) are two 20-something years olds who've just graduated. Apart from this the two are otherwise very different one from the other.
|Lyrics||Madhan Karky, Thamarai|
|Singers||Chinmayi, Swetha Mohan, Naresh Iyer, Hariharan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Manasi, Nivas, Benny Dayal, Abhay Jodhpurkur, Shakthi Sree, Supriya Ramalingam|
|OTT Release Date||TBA|
filmibeat.comAaha Kalyanam is the remake of a successful Bollywood film Band Baaja Baarat and another specialty is that, with this film Yash Raj Films is making their debut in the South Indian film industry. The film is a bilingual and has been simultaneously m..
The HinduIn a sense, Aaha Kalyanam is an interesting, perhaps even important, film. In a cinema culture obsessed with virginity, it’s refreshing to light on Shruthi (Vaani Kapoor), who begins a wedding-planning business with Shakthi (Nani) and gradually f..
Hindustan TimesThe Tamil film, Aaha Kalyanam (Wow Wedding), by A Gokul Krishna is an exact remake of Bollywood's money-spinning Band Baaja Baaraat that had Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma playing wedding planners.
While the Hindi version had an el..
days agonanNani: He is always the showstopper. His vivacious act and amazing comic timing are his magic wands. But alongside acting and comedy, this film offers a good ‘dancing Nani’ as well. He was brilliant at acting ‘dumb’ as his character ‘Shakti’. Though he has a bright comic timing than Ranveer Singh (in the original Band Baaja Baarat), it sometimes reminded us of the routine ‘Nani’ than his character ‘Shakti’. Vaani: Now she scores a home run with her debut South Indian film. Though Chinmayi’s dubbing act was fabulous, Vaani got her Telugu lyrics absolutely in the songs. It’s her debut South Indian film but let’s not forget she is a Filmfare awardee and she just proved us why with this film. She added glamour, energy and beauty to the character ‘Sruthi’. She makes you forget Anushka Sharma (in the original) for sure. Simran: Simran’s cameo as ‘Chandralekha’ has nothing special to offer but she just served her purpose and left. Badava Gopi as Hyder, M.J. Sriram and the other cast were just good enough to keep the act running – no scope…so no act – simple!