The much-awaited Rajnikanth film of the year, Jailer, has recently announced that it will be organising its audio launch at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. The film is a highly anticipated Rajni starrer that is based on the story of a retired jailer. The film is directed by award-winning director Nelson and is set to be released on August 10th. This will be the first time Rajnikanth and Nelson will be collaborating on a film, and fans of both parties are immensely excited to see what the two have created together in the film. Nelson is known as a director who uses static shots and dry humour to aestheticize his films. His previous works have all been hit movies, such as Kolamavu Kokila, Doctor, and Beast. An interesting thing to note about Nelson is his repeated use of talents in each of his films, giving his director’s work a semblance of uniformity, like casting comedic actors like Yogi Babu and Redin Kingsley, who will also feature in Jailer.
This film will also feature music by the multitalented Anirudh, who has scored music for all of Nelson’s previous films. Anirudh is one of the most sought-after music directors of recent times. He has scored for Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan and Vijay’s Leo, two films that are also gearing up for release this year. The Jailer album has already released two songs, the latest being the song titled Hukum, which is sung by both Anirudh and Rajnikanth. The song has been a super hit so far among fans who simply cannot wait to witness the film. Anirudh has previously scored music for Rajnikanth’s Petta and Darbar. As for the evergreen Superstar Rajnikanth, he has already wrapped up his portion of filming for Jailer and will be moving on to shooting for his cameo role Lal Salaam. The actor will also work with the director of Jai Bheem, TG Gnanavel, for his 170th film.
The first single, Kaavaalaa, has also seen success amongst the international fans who simply cannot get enough of both Rajnikanth and the gorgeous Tamannaah. The song is sung by the incredibly talented Shilpa Rao who has won multiple awards for her phenomenal voice, including the Filmfare Best Playback Singer for War, the Screen Award for Best Playback Singer for Bachna Ae Haseeno, and the Indian Television Academy Awards for Best Singer.
Source: Times of India