The makers of Rajinikanth and Nayanthara’s ‘Annaatthe’ release their second single, ‘Saara Kaattrae.’
Veteran actor Rajinikanth, regarded as one of the most important characters in the Indian film business, is preparing for the premiere of his forthcoming drama action film named Annaatthe. Nayanthara plays the lead opposite the celebrity in the film. Over the last several days, the film’s creators teased fans about the release of the film’s second song, increasing their enthusiasm. The romantic single was ultimately released on October 9th. Check out the new single by clicking here.
Sun Pictures announced the release of the second single from Rajinikanth and Nayanthara’s Annaatthe on their official Twitter handle on October 9. The beautiful song is sung by Sid Sriram and Shreya Ghoshal, and the music video shows the two lead characters’ innocent and vibrant relationship while dancing in the meadows. D.Imman composed the music, while Yugabharathi wrote the words.
Many people raced to comment on the song as soon as it was released on YouTube. Many admirers thought the evergreen actor’s young appearance while running across the fields was pleasant, with one fan writing, “No one can believe he is 70 years old guy.” His allure”. Another admirer praised the new couple’s chemistry, writing, “Just one word for #SaaraKaattrae: WOW Rajini and Nayanthara’s chemistry is some major league! SG and SS did an excellent job. I’m really looking forward to seeing the movie!!!! #Annaatthe”.
Previously, the producers released the first song, Annaatthe Annaatthe, which was sung by SP Balasubrahmanyam. The song was made even more meaningful because it was the famous artist’s final tune recorded before his demise last year. Along with the major actors, Keerthy Suresh, Soori, Prakash Raj, and Jagapathi will appear in the film. According to many speculations, Keerthy Suresh would play the legendary actor’s sister in the film.
The film will be directed by Siva of Viswasam and will be released on November 4th. Annaatthe is now in post-production, with the film’s dubbing completed but editing still in progress.
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