The full version of the melody track will be out on October 8
A poster of the film
The Tamil and Telugu teasers of Prithivi Adithya's Clap were released a month ago. Starring Aadhi and Akanksha Singh in lead roles, the film has the former and latter playing a para athlete and a hockey player respectively. Nasser, Prakash Raj, Mime Gopi, Krisha Kurup and Munishkanth play crucial roles in the sports drama which has Aadhi sporting two looks.
The team released a glimpse of its first single, titled Manadhai En Moodinaai, which has Ilaiyaraaja, its composer singing the track in his studio. The full version of the melody track will be out on October 8. Aadhi took to Twitter to post the 36-second glimpse and posted, "Catch the glimpse of our first single #ManadhaiEnMoodinaai from #CLAP.. Lyrical out on Oct 8th."
Catch the glimpse of our first single #ManadhaiEnMoodinaai from #CLAP.. Lyrical out on Oct 8th!#Ilaiyaraaja @aakanksha_s30 @actorbrahmaji @prakashraaj @KurupKrisha @prithivifilmist @BigPrintOffl @SRCOffl @SSSMOffl @pravethedop @LahariMusic pic.twitter.com/hSYeECdcqP— Aadhi🎭 (@AadhiOfficial) October 5, 2021
The bilingual project has cinematography by Praveen Kumar and editing by Ragul. Sakthi Saravanan and Dinesh have choreographed action and dance sequences respectively for the film, which is bankrolled by IB Karthikeyan under his banner Big Print Pictures. Ilaiyaraaja had appeared in a video recently as well for the promotion of Dikkiloona which premiered on Zee5. The legendary musician was seen sharing amusing anecdotes behind the composing of popular song Per Vachalum from Michael Madana Kama Rajan.
We had earlier written that Aadhi had to shed a few kilos to play the role of an athlete in the film. On the other hand, Aakanksha, who is making her Kollywood debut with the movie, underwent training under a few experienced hockey players in Chennai to pull off the role of a hockey player.
The 90-second teaser of Clap which was released earlier had Aadhi undergoing several struggles to make a mark at the national level. Its last shot had the actor Aadhi watching a relay event on television. As the camera zooms out, he is seen with his right leg amputated, offering a sneak peek into the movie's plot.