Anirudh Ravichander worked in Rajinikanth’s film Baba


Since the veteran actor wrote the story and script for the 2002 Tamil release “Baba,” it is a memorable movie for both the actor and his fans. Anirudh Ravichander, however, was a part of Rajinikanth’s “Baba,” did you know that?

Anirudh Ravichander made his film scoring debut in 2012 with “3,” a movie starring Dhanush and Shruti Haasan. Later, in the movie “Petta,” the composer collaborated with Rajinikanth for the first time and provided the soundtrack. Anirudh Ravichander had previously worked with Rajinikanth on another film. That’s accurate, he was a young artist before becoming a composer. In “Baba,” he appeared onscreen alongside Rajinikanth as one of the young dancers for a song.


Fans are amazed that Anirudh Ravichander and Rajinikanth’s “Baba” poster has become popular online. The official announcement of the release of the digitally remastered edition of “Baba” is anticipated any moment. The lead actors in the Suresh Krissna-directed film “Baba” are Rajinikanth and Manisha Koirala. For the 2002 Indian Independence Day, AR Rahman composed the soundtrack, and the movie was released. Despite the fact that the movie was released to high expectations, it fell short of the hype.

Baba ended up being a box office flop, and much of its failure may be attributed to Rajinikanth’s departure from the over-the-top persona to which the audience had grown used. Notably, Rajinikanth wrote the script for the movie and also oversaw its production. Baba will reportedly be re-released on the big screen on December 12, Rajinikanth’s birthday, 20 years after its initial release. It will, however, be a digitally enhanced version with few changes. To give the songs a more contemporary flavor, they will also be remixed.