With every update, fans are getting even and even more excited for the film’s release. Recently, there was a report that the film is set to have its Audio Launch on September 6 at Nehru Indoor Stadium in Chennai. While these are just speculations, the official announcement is yet to be made. The Music composer for the film is AR Rahman and the audio launch is expected to happen in a grand manner.
Yesterday, the team proudly made an announcement about the format of the film. The team announced that Ponniyin Selvan will be the first Tamil movie to be released in the IMAX format. This will ensure that the audience will have the a larger-than-life experience of watching the film, just like the movie itself.
Now, the latest buzz is that the movie’s second release is all set to release on 19th August. The song is titled #CholaChola, and the makers revealed that the song is a victory celebration. The song will officially be released at 6 PM on Friday. Composed by AR Rahman, the song is sung by Sathya Prakash and penned by Ilango Krishnan.
Ponniyin Selvan is originally a Tamil novel based on the life of Raja Raja Chola, written by Kalki. While there have been several attempts in the past to make it as a film, Mani Ratnam has now started this project, which will be released in two parts. Starring Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Trisha, Aishwarya Rai, Aishwarya Lekshmi and Sarathkumar in lead roles, this is considered to be Mani Ratnam’s magnum opus. Jayam Ravi is said to play Arun Mozhi Varman, while Trisha is said to play his sister Kundavai. Karthi will be seen as Vanthiya Thevan, while Aishwarya Rai will be Nandini. Jayaram, Prakash Raj, Lal and Kishore will be playing prominent roles.
While, Ravi Varman is handling the camera for the film, Sreekhar Prasad is handling the edit and Thotta Tharani is designated with Production Design of the film. The film is bankrolled by Lyca Productions and Madras Talkies. The music director for the movie is AR Rahman. PS-1 is slated for a worldwide release on September 30, 2022, in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.