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Anirudh bags two biggest projects of Tamil this year

Anirudh Ravichander Bags Two Biggest Projects Of Tamil Movies In 2018

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Young music sensation Anirudh Ravichander is the most wanted composer in South India in recent times. This talented musician signs two big flicks which will shape up his career like anything.

This Kolaveri fame already established himself as the biggest composer after AR Rahman in very short time. His works fetched him projects outside Tamil Nadu and got National wide recognition thereby making the producers waiting for his dates. However, this composer has been facing hard times in recent times as all the big movies he scored bombed at the box office despite the success of his music. As a result, some makers are not signing him stating the luck factor in Tamil and Telugu. But his outstanding work fetched him two crazy projects which any composer would dream to work.

One is the most awaited sequel Indian-2, the continuation of Bharateeyudu. Kamal Haasan and Shankar along with AR Rahman created tremors across the Indian Film Industry in the year 1996 with this movie. Since then, a sequel is in demand and recently Shankar announced it in the promotions of Robo 2. Telugu producer Dil Raju has initially stepped forward to bankroll this flick but later he backed off from the project for unknown reasons.

Another flick is the Thalaivar Rajini Kanth’s immediate next and speculated the last flick of his career under the young director Karthik Subbaraj. Even though the director made it clear that this flick is a commercial entertainer and has nothing to do with Politics, the fans of Rajini are considering this flick as the last straight Tamil flick as their demi-God is entering Politics. Makers of this flick took the same Anirudh to score tunes for the top hero of Tamil Nadu. These two flicks are enough to keep Anirudh in limelight for the next three years.

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