The highly awaited first single song from Superstar Rajinikanth's Annaatthe is finally out and it is sure to serve as a delightful treat for the fans. The song, which is titled 'Annaatthe Annaatthe', is composed by D Imman and the star composer has delivered a potential chartbuster track in style. Late singer SP Balasubrahmanyam's energetic rendition is one of the major highlights of this song and his powerful voice indeed makes us emotional. 'Annaatthe Annaatthe' will be the last track from the magical combination of Rajinikanth and SPB. D Imman has composed a track that has the potential to appeal well with the mainstream audience.

The song follows the trademark style of 'thathuvam paattu' and we can expect the song to clock several million views on YouTube. Looking at the lyric video, it looks like the visuals of this intro track will be a delightful treat for the fans. Rajinikanth's charismatic screen presence looks striking and his dance moves are going to set the theatre screens on fire. Through the lyric video of this song, we get to see a few new stills from the movie, featuring Rajinikanth and the pictures are all set to take the social media by storm. With 'Annaatthe Annaatthe' song now out, we can expect the rest of the songs to be released very soon.

Annaatthe is directed by Siva of Viswasam fame and has four female leads - Khushbu Sundar, Meena, Keerthy Suresh, and Nayanthara. Among the lot, Keerthy Suresh will be seen playing the role of Rajinikanth's younger sister and the film's story will revolve around the relationship between the duo. Prakash Raj, Jagapathi Babu, Soori, Sathish, and Abhimanyu Singh will be seen playing supporting roles. Produced by Sun Pictures on a grand scale, the film has cinematography by Vetri and editing by Ruben. Dhilip Subbarayan has taken care of the stunt choreography.

Annaatthe is scheduled to hit the screens on November 4, 2021, for the festive occasion of Diwali. For now, check out the newly released first single, 'Annaatthe Annaatthe' from Rajinikanth's Annaatthe here: