Studio Green had organised a grand function at Sathyam Cinemas. M Rajesh, Radhika Apte, Saranya Ponvannan, Venkat Prabhu, Vijay Yesudas, S Thaman and others graced the music release function of All In All Azhagu Raja.
Two songs from the movie were played at the music launch event. 'Chellame...' song, which is shot on Karthi and Kajal Aggarwal and a retro song 'Kovil mani aasai' picturised on Karthi and Radhika Apte, were screened for the guests.
Kajal Aggarwal, the film's leading lady, was not present at the audio release function. She could not attend due to her busy schedules.
Speaking on the occasion, music director S Thaman said that M Rajesh has taken best out of him. He also thanked lyricist Na Muthu Kumar for penning good songs. He further added that composing tunes for Karthi is easy because he could dance on any kind of tracks.
Director Rajesh said that All In All Azhagu Raja will be a Diwali treat for Karthi fans. It is a clean movie and people will appreciate as there is no smoke-drinking scene in the flick. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Rajesh added that it was a good experience to work with S Thaman as the composer doesn't have ego issues.
Karthi claimed that the retro song has come out well. Dinesh master has directed some good steps for the number.
When the actor heard the song for the first time, he was stunned because the track reminded him of 80s songs of Rajinikanth and Kamal Hassan.
All In All Azhagu Raja will be liked by audience as it is a complete jolly ride, concluded Karthi.
Chief Guest Surya
Chief Guest Surya said that he has never missed events of M Rajesh's movies. The actor was impressed with his earlier movies.
Surya Praises Rajesh
Surya pointed out that M Rajesh's movie are clean and it could be watched by all section of audience.
Surya further said that he was supposed to work with M Rajesh before. But due to some reasons, it did not happen.
All In All Azhagu Raja
The movie has Karthi, Kajal Aggarwal, Santhanam, Radhika Apte, Prabhu and Saranya Ponvannan in the important roles. It is directed by humour specialist Rajesh, and the flick has the music scored by S Thaman.