Indian cinema’s one of the most renowned artists, ‘Superstar’ Rajinikanth, celebrated his 72 birthday on 12th December. Know the cutest wishes he got.
A Sweet Wish From Daughter Aishwarya And Grandsons:
Aishwarya, a well-known filmmaker and daughter of actor Rajinikanth, shared love-filled birthday wishes and a photo of her two boys smiling with him on Twitter. Aishwarya’s younger kid is seen sitting on the floor with his hand around Rajinikanth’s knee while her older son is hugging the actor, who is reclining on a sofa, from behind. “It is impossible to capture something more lovely. Unable to caption some of these relationships. My birthday boy with my boys,” she wrote as the picture’s caption.
Moreover, actor Dhanush (Rajinikanth’s ex-son-in-law), Shah Rukh Khan, and many other people from the entertainment industry wished Thalaivar.
Thalaivar’s Upcoming Release:
Superstar Rajinikanth’s fans desperately await the release of his forthcoming movie, Jailer. Rajinikanth plays a role in Jailer named Muthuvel Pandian, the film’s producers said on Monday. A special video was released to introduce the public to his character. The movie is primarily shot inside a prison.
Some Facts About Superstar ‘Thalaivar’
Rajinikanth was named Shivaji Rao Gaekwad after Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji. Rajinikanth was raised speaking Kannada and Marathi. He picked up Tamil while enrolling in the Madras Film Institute’s acting program.
Rajinikanth has had a 48-year career and has appeared in 169 motion pictures.
The only actor from India to appear in the CBSE curriculum is Rajini. His appearance was highlighted in the lesson “From Bus Conductor to Superstar.”
Rajini draws inspiration from Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, who has appeared in almost a dozen Tamil versions of Big B’s movies.
The only Tamil movie in IMDb’s Top 50 films from around the world in 2010 is Rajinikanth’s “Enthiran.” Although Rajini is praised for his bravery, he began his acting career in parts that were anti-heroic.
Rajini is the first Indian actor to have appeared in movies shot in several camera formats, including motion capture, 3D, color, and black & white.