The poster of the film was released in 2019 and its teaser was out earlier this year
The first look of the film
The first single from Sathish Selvakumar's Bachelor, starring GV Prakash and Divyabharathi in lead roles, was released last year. The song, Kaadhal Kanmani, which was composed by GV himself, has him lending voice, too, for the track along with Swagatha S Krishnan. The slow-paced romantic song was lapped up by youngsters instantly, thanks to its catchy lyrics and soothing music.
The team has now come up with Adiye, the next song from the movie, which has Muniskanth and Bhagavathi Perumal, too, playing lead roles. The lyric video, which has music by Dhibu Ninan Thomas, is crooned by Kapil Kapilan with lyrics penned by GKB.
Happy to launch #Adiye lyrical video from #Bachelor.— VijaySethupathi (@VijaySethuOffl) September 30, 2021
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The video, which has cinematography by Theni Eswar and editing by San Lokesh, features GV Prakash and Divyabharathi as a beautiful couple who are madly in love with each other. The character played by GV suffers from anger management issue and how he sorts it out with his lady love forms the crux of the story. The visuals throw light on the mental issue he undergoes and the lyrics are apt for the relationship the couple shares with each other. Keba Jeremiah has handled guitar along with Naveen Napier on bass, while Sruthiraj on percussions and Rithu Vyshak's violin elevate the mood of the song.
Vijay Sethupathi and Venkat Prabhu launched the lyric video from their respective Twitter handles and expressed happiness in unveiling it. There is speculation doing the rounds that the film might hit the screens on Deepavali. The poster of Bachelor was released in 2019 and its teaser was out earlier this year. A dialogue in the teaser was called out for its misogynistic undertone, but the director clarified later that he intended to depict things in a realistic manner, and that he did not wantedly include it for the sake of doing it.