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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Ra.One: Karan Johar releases the audio album

The audio of the much awaited science fiction superhero film, Ra.One, was released on Monday (12th September 2011) at a grand event. Shahrukh Khan, who has acted in the male lead actor of this film, dedicated this audio to late filmmaker, Yash Johar, and CEO of his company Red Chillies Entertainment, Bobby Chawla.

Shahrukh Khan paid his tribute to both Yash Johar, father of filmmaker, Karan Johar, and Bobby Chawla, brother of Juhi Chawla. He also said that both of them were very close to him.

He never forgot to tell that how he was inspired and helped by Yash Johar when he started his company, Red Chillies Entertainment.

The audio release function was impressive. During the release of this music album at Film City, co-stars where present. The audio album launching ceremony became one of the most splendid music release events because of the performances by Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, composers Vishal-Shekhar and Shah Rukh himself. This album was released by Karan Johar.

Fans around the world will get the entire audio music available album available on net. Shahrukh Khan was sad to see that the whole music album of his upcoming movie, Ra.One, was leaked online just two days before the official release. It also enraged him. He urged his fans and Hindi movie lovers to show respect the hard work of the film’s makers and not to download the music illegally.

On his micro-blogging site, Twitter, he posted, "How sad it is that someone somewhere has no regard for our labour of love. 5 yrs of work and they put it on net so callously. Extremely sad...,.”

Vishal Dadlani on his Twitter account he asked suppot for 'Ra.One' and SRK. He also said not to download the music album illegally.

Director Anubhav Sinha said, "Appeal. Everyone who has an illegal 'Ra.One' track, DELETE IT."

Here, is a download link where fans will also get the full track list-

http://black-robert-journal.com/2011/09/12/ra-one-songs-download/

'Ra.One', will be released on October 26.

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