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Sakhi Nuvve from Babli Bouncer: Tamannaah parties like there's no tomorrow along with Abhishek Bajaj

The film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar releases simultaneously in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil on Disney+ Hotstar

Sakhi Nuvve from Babli Bouncer: Tamannaah parties like there's no tomorrow along with Abhishek Bajaj
Sakhi Nuvve from Babli Bouncer
  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.01 PM, Sep 17, 2022

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Tamaannaah is headlining an interesting multilingual film Babli Bouncer, for which she's teaming with national-award winning filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar. The film is directly releasing on Disney+ Hotstar in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil on September 23. The actress along with the filmmaker promoted its Telugu version in Hyderabad today. As part of the promotions, a song from the film, Sakhi Nuvve, was launched this morning. 

In Sakhi Nuvve, Tamannaah, who plays a female bouncer in the film, is in the middle of a party along with her on-screen romantic interest Abhishek Bajaj. While dressed in a simple chudidar, the actress, after having a drink, has the time of her life, dancing and partying like there's no tomorrow, taking the other men and women in the party by surprise. In the meanwhile, she also remembers some of the happy moments she had spent with Abhishek earlier.

Tanishk Bagchi and Karan Malhotra have scored the music for Babli Bouncer while the number was sung by Santosh Hariharan and lyricised by Krishnakanth. An emotional Tamannaah, earlier on social media, even shared, "Hyderabad, you will always be my home away from home! It was so nice meeting all my media friends after so long. Thanks for all the love and support you have given to #BabliBouncer."

Saurabh Shukla and Sahil Vaid too play pivotal roles in the film bankrolled by Vineet Jain under Junglee Pictures in collaboration with Star Studios. Amit Joshi, Aradhana Debnath and Madhur Bhandarkar have written the story and screenplay for the film. Amit Joshi, Aradhana Sah and Sumit Ghildiya penned the dialogues for the Hindi version while Amrita Pandey is the co-producer. Tamannaah was also seen in a special number in Varun Tej's Ghani this year.

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