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Ponniyin Selvan 2: After unveiling Aga Naga, makers release working stills of Mani Ratnam and AR Rahman

The movie is set for a huge theatrical release on April 28 across the world

Ponniyin Selvan 2: After unveiling Aga Naga, makers release working stills of Mani Ratnam and AR Rahman

AR Rahman and Mani Ratnam

Last Updated: 11.53 AM, Mar 21, 2023


The team of Ponniyin Selvan 2 has officially kick started its promotions a few days ago. They unveiled the first single Aga Naga, which has lyrics penned by Ilango Krishnan and voice lent by Sakthisree Gopalan, yesterday. A poster which featured Karthi and Trisha announcing the single's release a couple of days ago had left fans of AR Rahman elated.

They are now going gaga over the melody for its flawless instrumentation and magical sound created by the legend. Fans of the novel and first installment of the project have now started guessing how Mani Ratnam would have filmed the romantic sequence featuring the two stars.

The song was released in five languages yesterday and movie buffs are eagerly looking forward to April 28 on which the magnum opus will hit the screens. Meanwhile, makers have released a few pictures from a studio in London where Mani and Rahman are busy working on the background score for the film.

The latter is seen experimenting with instruments while the former is spotted sitting behind the musician, listening to the various sounds he has been coming up with. Their mutual fans are now expecting an update on the movie's second single.

An official announcement on its audio launch is also awaited soon. The team is expected to visit several cities across the country from the first week of April. The trade is eager to know the figures the much-anticipated sequel is going to bring to the table.

Ponniyin Selvan 1 made more than 500 crores from across the world, with a lion's share coming from Tamil Nadu and overseas markets. The Telugu, Kannada and Hindi versions didn't make much impact at the box office, while the Malayalam version fared far better. 

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