Villali Veeran
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The first song of "Villali Veeran" has been released. The song begins with the lines "Cinderella Chanthame' and is composed by SA Rajkumar. The song is a typical romantic number from a Dileep film. The song is visualised as a comical take on Buddha and Cinderella story.

The song is shot in three different lavish sets. The song begins with Dileep in the look of Buddha meditating under the Bodhi tree. He is followed by many of his disciples in meditation and chanting. That is when the heroine enters the scene. Namitha Pramod enters in a caravan drawn by two stuffed rats. She plays princess Cinderella who has come to woo her prince.

As the Cinderella opens the doors of the caravan, Buddha falls for her beauty. A new prince in Buddha is woken up and the song then goes to a romantic number, which acknowledges their love for each other. The song compares the beauty of the heroine to that of Cinderella's.

The second setting of the song takes you to ancient China where both hero and heroine are dressed up in ancient Chinese attire. The choreography for the hero at this part also resembles to that of Kung Fu moves.

The third setting for the song is a typical cinematic setting where both hero and heroine are dressed up for a dance sequence.

The art directors have created an artificial set that resembles location of Mahabodhi Temple. The second one that resembles an old Chinese palace and the last one is a set that is themed white against gold and black costumes of artist in the scene.

"Villali Veeran" is touted as mass comic entertainer starring Dileep, Namitha Pramod and Mythili in the lead. The film also has the star cast of Nedumudi Venu, Siddhique, Ganesh Kumar, Kalabhavan Shajon, Lalu Alex, Saju Kodiyan, Suresh Krishna, Vinaya Prasad, Geetha Vijayan, Valsala Menon and Neena Kurup in main roles.

"Villali Veeran' will hit theatres on 6 September as Onam release. The film is distributed by Ramya Movies and is produced by RB Choudary under the banner of Super Good Films, which is one of the leading producers in South India.