Kannada Star Puneeth Rajkumar sings the melodious song ‘Yen Madodu Swamy’ in Danish Sait’s Kannada movie ‘French Biriyani’

Kannada movie ‘French Biryani’ makers released another hit song after ‘The Bengaluru Song’. This song too is driving the fans insane and they are looking forward to the movie with utmost excitement. The new song is titled ‘Yen Madodu Swamy’, composed by Vasuki Vaibhav and sung by the icon himself, Puneeth Rajkumar.

Danish Sait along with Sal Yusuf will be featuring in the movie which is all set to release on July 24, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video. The movie is produced by Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar and Gurudath A Talwar and directed by Pannaga Bharana.

The movie is a story of Simon who is a representative of a pharmaceutical company from France. Asgar is a local auto driver from Shivajinagar, who share a two-day long journey in Bengaluru. This crazy mix of comedy and drama makes the two protagonists change the way they look at life.

The song video features the star, Puneet singing in the studio which is surely going to make his fans love his new avatar! Director, Pannaga Bharana makes a cameo appearance in the music video, thus giving the video a fun angle!

All the Kannada fans are loving the latest song:

Catch The Bengaluru Song’s music video here:

Also Read: Bhuvan Bam released his song Heer Ranjha and it will make you miss ‘The One’

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