Tattad: Catchy New Title Song Of Rahul Ovhal's Romantic Marathi Film Is Out Now

‘Hou De Tattad’ the title track of the Rahul Ovhal film ‘Tattad’ out now

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Tattad: Catchy New Title Song Of Rahul Ovhal's Romantic Marathi Film Is Out Now
Marathi films with gripping plots and captivating storylines are lined up all throughout 2020. One such out-of-the-box film is Tattad. From the looks of it, it is a breath of fresh new air, with a totally regional backdrop and a rural feel to it. While the film revolves around a band, a bandwalla, and his love story, the film is a musical treat.

The title song ‘Hou De Tattad’ from the film ‘Tattad’ is out now. Rahul Belapurkar from current hit Marathi show ‘Mrs. Mukhyamantri’ shared the teaser of the song on his Instagram.

The title song reveals a little more about the plot of the film too. It shows the romance of a young boy who plays the trumpet in a band and a girl who is a shy and homely girl being groomed to get married. The cast of the film is Jyoti Subhash, Chetan DK, Rahul Belapurkar, Sagar Pawar, Rohit Jadhav Sudarshan Kale, Kaka Shirole, Sharad Dikule, Swapnil Dhondge, Anil Nagarkar, and Praful Kamble.

Tattad is a presentation by Jeevan Jadhav, Pritam Mhatre, Amit Mane and DK Chetan of Chandrabhaga Productions and DK Films Entertainment. Rahul Ovhal had graced the film with his talented writing and direction. The film hits cinemas on 21st February 2020.

While the cast is relatively fresh and not a popular one, the sound of the film is popular! Sonu Nigam the musical super-stars like Benny Dayal, Hariharan, Jasraj Joshi, Shalmali Kholgade, and Anand Shinde are some legends who will make the music of the film a treat to the ears.

The music for the movie has been composed by Rohit Nagbhide and Aishwary Malgave, and the songs have been penned by Sanjay Navgire and Rahul Belapurkar.

image source:-instagram/belapurkarrahul
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