The song, composed by D Imman, will be the posthumous release of the late veteran singer.
D Imman, the music composer of Rajinikanth’s Annaatthe recently revealed that the much-awaited single of the upcoming mass-entertainer will not release on the late veteran singer, SP Balasubrahmanyam’s death anniversary.
According to an ETimes report, Imman said that the first single that they’d planned to release was sung by SPB, but will not come out on his first death anniversary as a form of respect to the late singer. Considering the single will be a form of celebration for Thalaivar fans eagerly awaiting all things Annaathe, they will have to wait for its release, which, they promise, will not be far off.
Talking about the pulse of the song, the music director shared some details, saying that it is a foot-tapping energetic one, as always. At the same time, it will also be a bittersweet moment for fans while they listen to it, as the veteran singer is no longer with us. In short, it will carry an emotional, yet energetic vibe. “It was always a pleasure working with SPB sir, and he carries positive vibes,” said Imman, adding that the plan was to record a Telugu version of the song with SPB, but that wasn’t to be owing to his demise. The music composer is currently in the process of completing the Telugu jukebox of ‘Annaatthe’.
Annatthe apart, Imman is happy that he has been busy working on the compositions for a bunch of other films, despite all the disruptions caused by the pandemic.
So far, the makers of the Superstar’s next have been very miserly with information about the film, with only a motion poster out so far. Naturally, the first single is eagerly awaited. Bankrolled by Sun Pictures, the movie is set to hit the big screen on November 4.