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Gold: Prithviraj Sukumaran, Deepti Sati's fun track Thanne Thanne features this actor from Vikram

The makers of Alphonse Puthren’s Gold, which also has Nayanthara in the lead, released its first song on Wednesday

Gold: Prithviraj Sukumaran, Deepti Sati's fun track Thanne Thanne features this actor from Vikram
Deepti Sati and Prithviraj Sukumaran in a still from Gold
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 04.19 AM, Dec 01, 2022

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Contrary to the ‘no promotion’ stance that the team of director Alphonse Puthren’s Gold had maintained till the eve of its release, the makers unveiled a song from the Prithviraj Sukumaran and Nayanthara-starrer. The track Thanne Thanne, which has Prithviraj and Deepti Sati, also serves to introduce its crew members, while giving a glimpse into the mood of the movie, which marks the director’s first venture since Premam in 2015.

The upbeat track, composed by Rajesh Murugesan and Shabareesh Varma, stands out for some electrifying dance moves of Prithviraj and Deepti. The steps in the song, choreographed by Dunesh Kumar, Mirash and Vasanthi, are sure to become popular as reels in the coming days. In fact, Vasanthi, who played Agent Tina in Kamal Haasan's Vikram, also makes a delightful appearance in the song.

The lyrics of the track also hints at a car, which reportedly is integral to the plot of the film as it revolves around a vehicle that its protagonist ‘Danger’ Joshi, essayed by Prithviraj Sukumaran, buys.

The video also showed a glimpse of what to expect from the film that is written by Alphonse, who has also done the film’s VFX and animation. The filmmaker has also choreographed the action scenes of the movie, which has Vinay Forrt, Sharafudheen, Saiju Kurup, Prem Kumar, Jagadeesh, Lalu Alex and Chemban Vinod Jose among others.

Prithviraj in an earlier interview, had mentioned that it was his wish to collaborate with Alphonse. Even when the movie was delayed, the actor had provided full support to the filmmaker to come out with a project that he was entirely satisfied with.

In a social media post after the song’s release, Alphonse apologised for the delay in the release of the movie and also talked about the film. “It’s imperfect just like my previous movies Neram and Premam… that’s also why there’s a chance that most of you will like it,” said the director, adding that he is looking forward to the audience feedback after the movie hits theatres on December 1.

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