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Re-release Of Rajinikanth's Baba: Makers Releases A Remastered Trailer

Rajinikanth is the biggest super star of South India and his legacy is unchallenged.
by Xappie Desk | December 04, 2022 01:44 IST
Re-release Of Rajinikanth's Baba: Makers Releases A Remastered Trailer

Baba, starring Rajinikanth released on August 15, 2002. It is getting a re-release twenty years later. Suresh Krishna, who directed the Superstar in three superhits, Annamalai, Veera, and the enduring Baashha, directed the movie.

 
The latest update on the re-release is that Baba will be rereleased in theatres on December 12 in honor of "Superstar" Rajinikanth's birthday. It will be a treat for his fans. According to reports, the team behind the remastered version has added a number of new scenes while replacing a few from the original. The team has now released the eagerly anticipated Baba remastered trailer. It also features an additional new dialogue with Rajinikanth saying, "I am coming," toward the end. There are now just a few days until the film's re-release.
 
In this movie, Manisha Koirala played the female lead. The supporting cast also includes Goundamani, Sujatha, MN Nambiar, Ashish Vidyarthi, Sayaji Shinde, Sangavi, and Karunaas. The music for this movie was composed by AR Rahman. It centers around Rajinikanth's carefree atheist character receiving seven wishes from Mahaavatar Babaji. He is also one of Rajini's spiritual mentors in real life. The film shows how this influences him to enter politics.
 
The movie had sky-high anticipation before its release. It is now regarded as one of the few Rajini films that performed poorly at the box office. In order to make up for their loss, Superstar actually refunded the money received from distributors. Smoking scenes in the movie also sparked controversy, which resulted in fights between Rajini fans and Pattali Makkal Katchi workers.


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