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Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman is busy giving finishing touches to the soundtrack of Hollywood film "Million Dollar Arm". He says the album has collaborations with Indian and international artists.
"Have been busy finishing the soundtrack album of 'Million Dollar Arm'. It features collaborations with Iggy, Kendrick Lamar (in the movie only), KT Tunstall, Sukhwinder Singh, Raghav Mathur," Rahman posted on his Facebook page.
The album even has a surprise Tamil song from the composer's 1990s collection, during the end credits.
"Million Dollar Arm" is about two Indians who get to play baseball in the US, thanks to agent J.B. Bernstein's unconventional recruitment strategy to lure talented cricket players.
The film stars "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm and is in the pre-production stage.
It was also shot in India.