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Rajinikanth's birthday bash at Darbar audio launch

The audio launch of Rajinikanth's Darbar, happened in Chennai on Saturday at Nehru Indoor stadium. Rajinikanth, Nivetha Thomas, Yogi Babu, Suniel Shetty, director AR Murugadoss, producer Subaskaran of Lyca Productions and music director Anirudh, others in attendance were actors Vivekh, Arun Vijay, Raghava Lawrence, and director Shankar.

AR Murugadoss said, "This moment feels surreal. I am not sure if I am dreaming. What I can say is that the fight sequences in Darbar will be in a different light and you all will see Rajini sir unlike what you've seen him for the last 15 years."

Rajini, who was the last to get on the stage, said, "I enjoyed Murugadoss' Ramana and asked him if he's got a script for me but it has taken so long to materialise. After Lingaa, I decided not to play younger roles, but Karthik Subbaraj broke that with Petta. Within a week of its release, Murugadoss approached me with the script of Darbar." Comparing Anirudh with Ilaiyaraaja, Rajini said, "Generally, composers lack story sense. Ilaiyaraajaa is someone who is strong with it. Anirudh has the same quality at such a young age."

Hinting about his political entry, the actor also said, "Director Balachander sir had trust in me and launched me in cinema. His trust didn't go in vain. The producers' trust too didn't go in vain and similarly, I ask you all to trust me, and I promise, that too, won't go in vain. Love is what the world needs right now. We should spread love to live peacefully."

   

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