Hyderabad: All Thalaivar fans are awaiting the release of the star’s upcoming film Darbar. This AR Murugadoss directorial is slated for release on January 9 and fans can’t keep calm, as the makers have unveiled the film’s first song.

Composed by Anirudh Ravichander and titled Chumma Kizhi in Tamil and Dhummu Dholi in Telugu, SP Balasubramaniam has sung the song, whose lyrics is by Vivek.

As usual, Thalaivar looks uber stylish in casual wear, donning a jacket and shades. The Petta star looks cool as ever and is giving us major Shivaji: The Boss vibes. Lyca Productions took to Twitter and unveiled the first song and fans are going gaga over it, which reminds us of the Marana Mass song from Petta.

SPB, in a recent interview, said that the first single from Darbar is an introduction song of Rajinikanth, where he does his Good Samaritan act. “He tells people that it was his basic duty to protect them. Therefore, the song is more about him telling them not to heap praises on him. Rajini also explains that if he removes his police uniform, he is also a common man like them. That is when he would sing a song for the masses,” said the singer.

Darbar will see Rajinikanth as a cop after 25 long years, and Nayanthara will be the film’s leading lady. Nivetha Thomas is playing Rajinikanth’s daughter in the film, produced by Subhaskaran under Lyca Productions.

With Darbar’s release, Pongal and Sankranti are going to be a bonanza to all every movie buffs. Besides, Rajinikanth will give a fierce competition to many Telugu stars as their films are also releasing around the same week.

Bhavana Sharma

Bhavana Sharma covers entertainment and cinema for Newsmeter.
Having over seven years of experience across various platforms, Bhavana has worked for publications, Telangana Today, Andhra Jyothy, channels like V6 News and online enterprises like International Business Times, Zee News, Tamada Media, IQlik Movies and so on. Her forte has been reporting on Telugu cinema, with several exclusives on developments in the Telugu film industry to her credit. Her one on one chats with several established stars, upcoming actors, directors and others in cinema have been published across print and online platforms. Alumni of Arts College, Osmania University.

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