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Rajinikanth-Akshay's grand '2.0' audio launch

Rajinikanth-Akshay's grand '2.0' audio launch

The makers of "2.0" released new posters of the film yesterday before the audio launch.

The team of the much anticipated "2.0" launched the audio of the film at a grand event in Dubai on Friday.

"2.0", which brings Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and Shankar together for the first time, is a sequel of 2010 film "Enthiran" (released in Hindi as "Robot") that featured Aishwariya Rai opposite the Thalaiva.




Speaking at the event, Latha Rajinikanth said: "It's a very big moment for me".

The second track - Raajali Nee Gaali - has some similarities to the first song and it is about the victory of good over evil. Akshay will be essaying the prime antagonist in the film as an eccentric scientist called Richard, while Rajinikanth returns as scientist Vaseegaran. The 66-year old actor is all set with his next movie 2.0 which is touted to be the costliest film ever made in the history of Indian cinema. Live song performance by music director A.R.Rahman along with his crew has given breathtaking experiences for many. The interesting part of the story is that the album has just three songs. The songs are in Tamil language and are written by Na Muthu Kumar and Madhan Karky, with music from Oscar winning composer A.R Rahman.

Composed by Academy Award victor AR Rahman, three songs from the album have been released and two more songs will be revealed today. The movie will hit the theatres on January 25, 2018.

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