Actor Rajinikanth starrer 2002 Tamil movie Baba is gearing up for a re-release 20 years later, and Rajini dubbing for the new version of the movie is all the buzz right now. The digitally enhanced version of Baba will include some additional scenes and Rajinikanth's dubbing work in progress is for the same.
Apparently film's music composer AR Rahman, who is currently working on the Rajinikanth starrer Lal Salaam, has requested the makers involved in the re-release of Baba for a preview, to upgrade his music work as well.
Baba is a directorial venture of Suresh Krissna, who has given Rajinikanth blockbuster hits like Baashaa (1995), Veera (1994) and Annamalai (1992). The movie also stars Manisha Koiralaa, Goundamani among others and was a home production of Rajinikanth.
Baba revolves around a carefree non-believer of God, who is actually a reincarnation of a great saint from the Himalayas. When Baba meets his past life's mentor, he is given seven chances of wishes. How he uses the wishes while developing spirituality, while tackling his normal conflicts with villains forms the rest of the story.