Suriya film song creates history being launched in mid-air on a flight

Suriya film song creates history being launched in mid-air on a flight

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Tamil star Suriya’s song ‘Veyyon Silli’ from his much-anticipated new film ‘SooraraiPottru’ has created history by being launched in the mid-air on a flight.

For the first time, a film’s audio launch was organised at the Chennai airport, and a single launched inside the flight mid-air. Makers of the movie hired a Spicejet for the event. The President of SpiceJet Ajay Singh and Suriya together inaugurated the occasion. Model aircrafts were present for the children at the event.

At firt, the launch of the single Veyyon Silli from Suriya’s Soorarai Pottru was held with great fanfare at the Chennai airport. Afterwards, 70 children were flown in a Spicejet flight to watch the new song of the film first time. All 70 children who are first time flyers from Suriya’s Agaram Foundation were in the flight watching the Surya song.

Only a one-minute video of the song ‘Veyyon Silli’ was released online. The song begins with Aparna Balamurali twirling in a rain-drenched street, and has beautifully shot visuals, most of it in slow-motion. The song shows the relationship between her and Suriya's character.

The Telugu version of the film was named as “Aakaasam Nee Haddhu Ra’. The song ‘Veyyon Silli’ was also launched in Telugu as ‘Pillapuli’

Launching the Telugu song, Sony Music said: "The dapper #Maara right here all set to steal hearts with #PillaPuli from #AakaasamNeeHaddhuRa! Dashing #Suriya & the beautiful Aparna Balamurali sway along”. The Telugu version of teh film sees dialogues by Rakendu Mouli.

The film directed by Sudha Kongara and has music by G.V. Prakash. The song features Suriya and Aparna Balamurali, and is composed by G.V. Prakash with lyrics written by Vivek. Apart from Surya and Aparna Balamurali, the other cast includes Paresh Rawal, Urvashi, Karunas, Vivek Prasanna, Krishna Kumar and Kaali Venkat. The film is based on the life of Air Deccan airlines owner G.R Gopinath's true story, and directed by Sudha Kongara.