The audio launch of Sivakarthikeyan-Hansika Motwani's much-awaited film "Maan Karate" has been pushed to a different date.
"Maan Karate" audio release was scheduled for 1 March, however, it has been postponed to 16 March. It is being said that an extra is song is being added to the album.
Film's music composer Anirudh has revealed that the "final master of 'Maan Karate' is going through some qualiy enhancements and extra postproduction work on the musical side." He also stated that Sony Music, who is marketing the album, felt that the music of "Maan Karate" should be released simultaneously on all platforms including radio, CDs and iTunes on the same day. So, the film's team has decided to release the audio on 16 March.
— Anirudh Ravichander (@anirudhofficial) February 27, 2014
Few days ago, Anirudh released the track list of "Maan Karate" which has five songs by well-known singers. Check below the film's track list
Maanja: Singer Anirudh and lyrics by Karky
Darling Dambakku: Singers Benny Dayal and Sunidhi Chauhan, Lyrics by Yuga Bharathy
Un Vizhigalil: Singers Anirudh and Shruti Haasan, lyrics written by R D Raja
Royapuram Peter: Singers Siva Karthikeyan and Paravai Muniamma, lyrics by R D Raja
Open the Tasmac: Singers Deva and Anirudh, written by Gaana Bala
Interestingly, Sivakarthikeyan has rendered a song titled "Royapuram Peter" along with Paravai Muniamma. It may be recalled that the actor has sung a song in his last release "Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam", which turned out to be a hit.
"Maan Karate" music release is all set to take place at Chennai's Sathyam Cinemas in the presenc of the film's cast and crew. The film's trailer is also expected to release on the same day as the audio launch, however, there is no official confirmation on the same.
Directed by Thirukumaran (a former associate of AR Murugadoss), "Maan Karate" has Hansika playing the female lead for Sivakarthikeyan. The film, touted to be a sports-based subject, will have Soori, Sindhu Tolani, comedian Satish and Vamsi Krishna among others in supporting roles.
"Maan Karate" is all set to hit the screens on 28 March.