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Annaatthe Trailer out: Rajinikanth as Kalaiyan is here to save the day and Keerthy Suresh

The much-awaited trailer of Rajinikanth's Annaatthe trailer is here, and it promises an action-packed entertainer for Deepavali

Published: 27th October 2021

The trailer of Rajinikanth's Annaatthe is here, and it is everything that will make his fans go into a frenzy. 

Annaatthe, directed by Siva, marks the filmmaker's maiden collaboration with Rajinikanth. Siva last directed Ajith's Viswasam, which turned out to be a blockbuster. He has now teamed up with Rajinikanth for a similar rural entertainer.

We see Rajinikanth's Kalaiyan be the respected chieftain, the lovable brother, the chirpy "maaman/athaan", the vengeful vigilante, and more. Glimpses of others from the huge ensemble are also showcased in this 160-second trailer. There is a cheerful Keerthy Suresh, who, later runs into a lot of trouble in Kolkata. A menacing Jagapathy Babu, a loud and intense Prakash Raj, a suave and chilling Abhimanyu Singh are stacked opposite the might of our very own Kalaiyan. With Nayanthara sharing a warm joke and a half with Rajinikanth in the trailer, and the presence of veterans like Meena and Khushbu in the trailer, it is clear that we are in for a crackling festive treat. 

The commercial entertainer also stars Robo Shankar, Soori, and Sathish in important roles. Billed to be a rural drama, it has Vetri and Ruben handling cinematography and editing, respectively. The film's music has been composed by National Award winner D Imman, and marks the composer's first collaboration with Rajinikanth. 

The film will be released in theatres across the world on November 4 on the occasion of Diwali.

Here's the trailer:

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