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For 45 Years SP Balasubrahmanyam Was Rajinikanth's Voice. Here's His Last Song

By: Entertainment Bureau

Local News Desk

Last Updated: October 06, 2021, 18:53 IST

 The title track of Rajinikanth's next film has been sung by SPB, his last before his demise.

The title track of Rajinikanth's next film has been sung by SPB, his last before his demise.

SPB’s last song ‘Annaatthe Annaatthe’ was released on Monday.

Superstar Rajinikanth tweeted a heart-touching note about the legendary singer SP Balasubrahmanyam a few days ago. He mentioned that SPB had been his voice for 45 years. Referring to his new song ‘Annaatthe Annaatthe’, he said he never imagined that it would be the last song that SPB would sing for him. This note is enough for people to know the long association that Rajinikanth and SPB had. The title track of Rajinikanth’s next film has been sung by SPB, his last before his demise.

Released on Monday, the song has been very well received by the audience. The song has garnered over 47 lakh views in just two days of its release and is also trending. Since it is SPB’s last song it holds a different place in the hearts of the listeners. SPB was called the voice of Rajinikanth, and that’s one of the reasons Annaatthe will be a song close to people’s hearts. Making SPB sing at least the title track of Rajinikanth movie if nothing else was the hit formula.

The opening songs of some hit Rajinikanth films like Padayappa, Kochadaiiyaan, Arunachalam, Chandramukhi were sung by SPB. Apart from the opening songs, SPB also gave his voice to Rajini’s melodious songs, including ‘Konji Konji’ from the movie ‘Veera’, and ‘Raga’ from the movie ‘Thillu Mullu’. SPB’s voice in Rajinikant’s film Darbar sounded majestic.

While SP Bala Subrahmanyam was recording his last song, no one imagined that it was going to be his last. ‘Annaatthe’ will always remain special for the audience. SPB passed away on September 25 last year due to Covid-19.

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first published:October 06, 2021, 18:50 IST
last updated:October 06, 2021, 18:53 IST