This Article is From Aug 02, 2010

Aishwarya, Rajnikanth launch Endhiran music

Aishwarya, Rajnikanth launch Endhiran music

Highlights

  • Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Tamil superstar Rajnikanth today launched the music of their forthcoming film Endhiran here amid a grand musical extravaganza.

  • The 36-year-old actress looked ravishing in a maroon churidar-kameez at the event which was also attended by the film's director Shankar and composer A R Rahman. The show had a high tech tone with digital music and men dressed as robots on the stage.

  • Endhiran (Robot) is a mega budget Tamil film, touted to be one of the most expensive ones ever made and is loaded with special effects.
Malaysia: Pics: Music launch of Endhiran

Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Tamil superstar Rajnikanth today launched the music of their forthcoming film Endhiran here amid a grand musical extravaganza.

The 36-year-old actress looked ravishing in a maroon churidar-kameez at the event which was also attended by the film's director Shankar and composer A R Rahman. The show had a high tech tone with digital music and men dressed as robots on the stage.

Endhiran (Robot) is a mega budget Tamil film, touted to be one of the most expensive ones ever made and is loaded with special effects.

The music launch, held at the sprawling Putrajaya convention centre outside Kuala Lumpur, was also attended by lyricist Vairamuthu, Sun TV chief Kalanidhi Maran, Tamil stars Jeyam Ravi, Radha Ravi and Ramya Krishnan.

Radha Ravi suggested that Aishwarya should become a member of the South Indian Artiste's Association. Earlier this morning, Aishwarya landed at the international airport and reportedly kicked up a fuss when she could not find her white bag, believed to be containing her make-up kit.

She refused to leave the VIP lounge until the bag was delivered to her two hours later. The bag was actually with one of her minders, reported Star newspaper online. Aishwarya was also not very happy with the star-struck airport ground staff who couldn't stop clicking away.

"How many photos of me do they want to take?" she was overheard asking one of her minders.