In Vijay Prakash's superlative voice, the 'Warning Song' lists out not a few but many seemingly valid reasons for bachelors to avoid getting married.
Debutant Abhijit Mahesh and Paramvah Studios have issued a special warning to all the bachelors out there with the new single. Fittingly titled 'Warning Song', the first single from 'Bachelor Party' has dropped on the eve of 2024 New Year's and by the sound of it, it would seem that Kannada audiences have found their new party anthem.
In Vijay Prakash's superlative voice, the 'Warning Song' lists out not a few but many seemingly valid reasons for bachelors to avoid getting married. "Bedavo Magane, Nooru Tharada Scam Maduve" comes as the hook line of the song to suggest to everyone that marriage, after all, is a scam and that it's a "scheme" that burns men on an ever-burning pyre! It helps that the statutory message has been passed on to us in the form of a party song so that one could dance away their fears and troubles.
Yogesh or "Loose Maada" Yogi puts his dancing skills on display in this special number with Shine Shetty and a few others keeping him company on the dance floor. The video of the song also offers a taste of the tone of the film, which is set to release in theatres on January 26th.
Yogi, of course, plays a crucial character in 'Bachelor Party' with Diganth Manchale headlining the film. Achyuth Kumar, Siri Ravikumar, Shine Shetty, Balaji Manohar, Achara Kirk and others, too, are part of the cast.
Rakshit Shetty produces the film under the Paramvah Studios banner and Abhijit Mahesh makes his debut as a writer-director.
The latest single and the rest of the 'Bachelor Party' have been composed by Arjun Ramu with Abhijit Mahesh also co-writing the lyrics of the Warning Song along with Veeresh Shivamurthy.