Directed by Aishwarya Rajinikanth, the political-sports drama Lal Salaam is all set to hit the screens on February 9
The new track named Anbalane has been finally released by the makers of Lal Salaam, directed by Aishwarya Rajinikanth. Sung by popular singer-composer Thenisai Thendral ‘Deva’ and Deepthi Suresh, this melodious song has been scored by musical maestro A R Rahman. Starting off with Deepthi’s notes, the song has an emotional depth to the track. Singer Deva’s powerful vocals give life to the song, which hints at a tragic situation that may take place in the film. The lyrical video also showcases 'Thalaivar' Rajinikanth aka Moideen Bhai’s character looking lost in thoughts. Reacting to the song, some of the fans believe that the song is beautiful enough to end religious differences.
As the film is based on bringing communal harmony, this A R Rahman composition is a pleasant track to listen to on loop!
Although Lal Salaam has Vishnu Vishal and Vikranth playing the lead roles, the movie’s main star Rajinikanth has caught the attention of all. From Vishnu Vishal praising the star for doing a cameo appearance in the sports drama to fans calling his short screen presence magical, the actor has been basking in all the praise. Recently, co-actor Thambi Ramaiah revealed that the Thalaivar’s short appearance is the ‘driving force of the film’. He also revealed that the film will have several emotional scenes, and that audiences will get to witness Superstar’s impressive screen presence.
Superstar Rajinikanth who is making an extended cameo appearance in the film will be seen playing the role of a liberal Muslim leader named Moideen Bhai. Going by the trailer, it's clear that his character strives to achieve communal harmony in the region. It is unsure if Vikranth is playing the role of Rajinikanth’s son, although both Vishnu Vishal and Vikranth hail from different backgrounds in the film.
Apart from the lead cast, the film will also feature Vignesh, Livingston, Senthil, Jeevitha, KS. Ravikumar and Thambi Ramaiah in supporting roles and is set to arrive in cinemas on February 9.