After a seven-year separation, Anirudh Ravichander and Dhanush have reconnected and will perform together at the Thiruchitrambalam album launch.

After the movie Thanga Magan, for undisclosed reasons, composer Anirudh Ravichander and actor Dhanush ceased to work together (2015).

Fans loved their live performances at movie events, but for the past seven years, everything has been put on pause.

Popular group "DnA," also known by their stage names Kolaveri Di, Don'u Don'u, What A Karuvaad, and Po Nee Po, is responsible for some popular songs.

The two are currently back together for Dhanush's next movie Thiruchitrambalam, and they will perform at the audio launch event on Saturday in Chennai.

Anirudh Ravichander spoke candidly about DnA in a special promotional film, saying that this time they are returning on a positive, upbeat note.

I never would have imagined that I could write for a film at the age of 20, the composer stated.

It took place. I believe it was genetic. I recognise that when you give your all to what you love, others will eventually come to adore you

"In this journey, one individual let me realise that music was in my DNA," he continued, referring to Dhanush. We are returning.