Tumhari Sulu is undoubetdly Vidya Balan's most awaited film and the fans are all excited for the same. The first song of the film 'Ban Ja Tu Meri Rani' was greatly loved by the audience and the makers of the film are back with another peppy number titled as 'Hawa Hawai 2.0'.
The song is composed by Tanishk Bagchi and features the lead actress of the film Vidya Balan along with Neha Dhupia and Malishka and the song was shot during an office party. Kavita Krishnamurthy's unmistakable vocals have been retained. Tanishk Bagchi has recreated the old version of the song in which Kavita Krishnamurthy has retained the vocal of the song.
While talking to a leading daily, Vidya Balan talked about the song and said that it is purely dedicated to Bollywood actress Sridevi who was present in the original version of the song. She said, "No, no please don't say that. Srideviji is a legend, I can't even think of imitating her or taking her song and making it my own. This is the same Hawa Hawai and we have just used it as a tribute to her because it also suits the mood. It's not like we are dancing in the song or doing Mombasa, King Kong and Hong Kong. It's at a point where the whole radio team is enjoying the track and grooving to it."
Check out the song here:
Vidya Balan, in the movie will be seen playing the role of a middle-class married woman, Sulochana aka Sulu who wants to become a radio jockey and when she gets an opportunity, grabs it and becomes a late night RJ. This is the second time when Vidya will be seen playing the role of a RJ in the film after Lage Raho Munna Bhai.
The movie is directed by Suresh Triveni, and will be produced under T-Series and Ellipsis Entertainment's banner. Apart from Vidya Balan, the movie also starrs, Manav Kaul, who is playing the role of Vidya's husband, Neha Dhupia will be playing the role of Vidya's boss while RJ Mallishka will be seen playing the role of a co-RJ. Earlier the movie was supposed to get release on November 24, but now the release date has got preponed and will hit the big screen on November 17.