Ajith-Arya (Screenshot from official teaser/YouTube)
Ajith-Arya (Screenshot from official teaser/YouTube)Screenshot from official tease

The promo of the song "Adadada Arrambame" from Ajith's upcoming film "Arrambam" (Beginning) has been released. [Also Read: "Arrambam" Will Not be Screened in Karnataka on 1 November]

The 30-second promo song shows Ajith dancing with a group of dancers joining him in the background. "Adadada Arrambame" is the title track in the film and is sung by Shankar Mahadevan.

Apart from this song, there are four other tracks including "En Fuse Pochu" by Karthik and Ramya NSK, "Hare Rama" by Tanvi Shah and Shakthisree Gopalan, "Melala Vedikudhu" by Vijay Yesudas, K.G. Ranjith and Shweta Mohan and "Stylish Thamizhachi" by M.M. Manasi & Rubba Bend and Psycho Unit. The songs are composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja.                                                

The film's album was released in September and opened at the number one spot on iTunes India.

Directed by Vishnu Vardhan, "Arrambam" is deemed as an action-packed film with all key elements needed for a commercial entertainer. The film is set to hit screens worldwide on 31 October.

Besides Ajith, "Arrambam" boasts of a big star cast including Arya, Nayanthara, Taapsee Pannu, Mahesh Manjrekar and Rana Daggubati among others.

Fans are eagerly waiting to see their "Thala" (Ajith is fondly referred by this name) on screen after a year when he made a cameo in the Tamil version of Sridevi's "English Vinglish".

"Arrambam" has been in the making for over a year. The film's trailer and songs have raised expectations of fans. The Ajith starrer has received a clean "U" certificate and is getting ready for a massive release.

According to reports, "Arrambam" will be releasing in more than 500 screens. But the screen count will drop after the first day of its release, when other Diwali releases such as Karthi's "All in All Azhaguraja", Vishal's "Pandiya Nadu" will hit the screens. Moreover, Hrithik Roshan's "Krrish 3" will be arriving on theatres on 1 November and some screens will be allotted to this film as well. 

Watch "Adadada Arrambame" promo song below: