Tamannah Bhatia and Yash grove for Jokae Nannu Baliya Minchu song for KGF movie
Tamannah's re-entry in Sandalwood with her special song alongside Yash in the upcoming periodic drama KGF.

Kannada's star Yash is all set for his upcoming periodic drama set in the 1970s. The film titled KGF stars Yash and Srinidhi Shetty in the lead roles.

It was earlier reported that Tamannah Bhatia would join the shoot of KGF for a special song. Here is an exciting update from the makers of KGF. Karthik Gowda, the executive producer of KGF, has taken to Twitter to unveil the latest poster featuring Yash and Tamannah Bhatia.

Unveiling this sizzling picture of Yash and Tamannah posing together, the executive producer wrote, "Presenting the #Jokae song still from #KGF featuring @NimmaYash & @tamannaahspeaks, [sic]".

The poster hints that the song is to be made in a disco backdrop, while both Yash and Tamannah appear high-spirited.

Tamannah Bhatia has returned to Sandalwood with this special song alongside Kannada's Rocking Star Yash, expecting more offers in future. The special song is touted to be the recreation of the song which goes by the lyrics- "Jokae naanu balliya minchu". This is a song from Dr. Rajkumar's movie Paropkari.

The movie KGF is being helmed by the director Prashanth Neel. This special song featuring Tamannah Bhatia grooving for the Jokae song alongside Yash is choreographed by Danny Master. It is expected that the song is to give a high to the viewers, as the music director Ravi Basrur is scoring an electrifying theme.

Bankrolled under Hombale Films, the movie is expected to hit the screens soon. The makers are to announce the official release date in the coming days. KGF is touted to be a flick made with 1970's retro backdrop. Achyuth Kumar, Nassar, Ramya Krishnan, Anant Nag, and Vasishta N Simha are the other actors roped in to play significant roles in KGF.

KGF is being made with a high budget as much as Rs 50 crore and the crux of the story revolves around a protagonist who leads the oppressed people. The expectations are mounted on the result of this flick.

Tamannah, on the other hand, is busy with her upcoming Telugu remake of Kangana Ranaut's Bollywood movie Queen. With a couple of Tamil projects, Tamannah seems to be confident of her Kannada return.