AR Rahman and Prabhu Deva reunite for a film after 25 years

Touted to be a dance musical, the film will be directed by Manoj NS, founder and CEO of Behindwoods

Updated - March 22, 2024 05:48 pm IST

Published - March 22, 2024 04:06 pm IST

(L-R) Prabhu Deva, director Manoj and AR Rahman

(L-R) Prabhu Deva, director Manoj and AR Rahman | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

Actor-director Prabhu Deva and Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman are reuniting for a project after 25 years. The duo will work on a film that will be directed by Manoj NS, founder and CEO of Behindwoods.

The film is Behindwood’s first feature film production. The film is touted to be a dance musical. “The director’s unique vision is to make the theaters the happiest place for two hours, by celebrating music, dance, comedy and visuals. There will be no blood, gore or violence in any form in the movie. We are confident it will be a landmark movie in Indian cinema history,” said the film team in a release.

A R Rahman said, “A particular idea had been on my mind for quite some time, but I had set it aside. However, this project rediscovered it and captured my attention once again.” Talking about the project, Prabhu Deva said, “Excited to once again partner with the music dynamite that inspired choreographers.”

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“The project aims to celebrate two iconic talents India has ever seen,” said director Manoj. The movie has Yogi Babu and Malayalam actors Aju Varghese and Arjun Ashokan in important roles. Tentatively titled #arrpd6, the film is the six project involving A R Rahman and Prabhudeva. The movie will go on floors in May this year and is slated for a Pan-India release in 2025.

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