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Likith Shetty woos Amrutha Iyengar in Biddalappo from Family Pack

The song, composed by Gurukiran and sung by Chintan Vikas, was released today.

  • Prathibha Joy

Last Updated: 04.48 PM, Feb 14, 2022

Likith Shetty woos Amrutha Iyengar in Biddalappo from Family Pack
Amrutha Iyengar and Likith Shetty

Later this week, the Kannada film Family Pack , which has Likith Shetty and Amrutha Iyengar in the lead, will release directly on Amazon Prime Video, as part of a three-movie deal with PRK Productions. In the run-up to the film’s release, the team today put out the song Biddalappo, the visuals of which are about Likith wooing Amrutha, a social media influencer, who seeks validation in the form of likes and comments for her online videos, by helping her make better content. His efforts though do not go unnoticed, especially by a rival, played by Chandu B Gowda, who is also seeking Amrutha’s affection.

Composed by Gurukiran, the song has been written by Manohar V and sung by Chintan Vikas. “Music is a universal language and any emotion can be conveyed through music quite seamlessly. Family Pack is one such movie, which is filled with a blend of emotions and the song Biddalappo will capture your hearts with its nuances,” said the music man.

Directed by Arjun Kumar S, who had earlier made Sankashtakara Ganapathi with Likith, Family Pack is a romantic comedy that follows the protagonist, who is disillusioned with life and is looking at ending it, when he ends up getting help from a friendly-neighbourhood ghost in setting things straight. But things get complicated when the ghost realizes that their lives and destinies intervene on a deeper level. The film will release on Amazon Prime Video on February 17. An an endearing tale of human emotions, the film also features Rangayana Raghu, Nagabhushan, Achyuth Kumar, Chandu B Gowda, Sihi Kahi Chandru, Sadhu Kokila, Padmaja Rao, Sujay Shasty, Raghu Ramanakoppa, among others.