Much awaited release - 'Sivaji' hits Indian Silver screens

From a being Bus conductor thirty years ago, Sivaji Rao Gaekwad has come a long way. On the silver screen he is known as the superstar Rajnikanth, and four days from today, on the 15th, his magnus opus 'Sivaji' hits screens all over India. The first four days of the movie have already been sold out with mile long queues before theatre ticket counters in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu. The first day first show tickets are being sold at Rs. 600.

It's a film that's been kept under wraps since it went on the floors, with this first look being released only two weeks before Sivaji hits screens. And the man behind the movie has a reason for that. According to Sivaji director, Sankar, this is to 'retain the freshness and thrill of seeing everything for the first time'. The much awaited trailer has now been released. With reports of a budget of over Rs 80 crore 'Sivaji-the Boss' may well be India's costliest film ever.

The movie stars Rajinikanth, Shriya Saran, Prakash Raj, Vivek and Suman in the lead roles with Nayantara, Manivannan, Raghuvaran and Shankar, the director, himself in other pivotal roles. The movie upon release will be subsequently dubbed into the Telugu language and will be released with the same title. The film's score and soundtrack was written by acclaimed composer, A. R. Rahman, with lyrics from four lyricists.

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