Tag: Rajinikanth

Rajinikanth's Politics Debut Picks Up Pace With Website, Call For Workers

Rajinikanth had yesterday counted the political turmoil in the state after J Jayalalithaa’s death as one of the reasons why he had taken the political plunge. These events, he said in an oblique reference to the struggle for power within the ruling AIADMK, had put the state to shame. Video : 🤘🏻🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/jnqZv1iWGz — Rajinikanth (@superstarrajini) January 1, 2018 Just a day into his announcement, superstar Rajinikanth today got down

Congratulate my brother Rajinikanth on his political entry: Kamal Haasan

Fellow Tamil actor Kamal Hassan today congratulated Rajinikanth on his decision to enter politics. Tamil actor Kamal Haasan was among the first ones to appreciate and congratulate Rajinikanth’s stand on entering politics. Tweeting soon after Rajini announced his political debut, Hassan tweeted, “Welcomes welcome.” The tweet reads: I congratulate my brother Rajini for his social consciousness and his political entry. Welcome welcome.   சகோதரர் ரஜினியின் சமூக உணர்வுக்கும் அரசியல் வருகைக்கும் வாழ்த்துக்கள். வருக

Rajinikanth in politics: Superman or Aam Aadmi. What will Neta Rajini be like?

Rajinikanth said at his fan meet today that he will make an announcement about his entry in politics on December 31. We analyse his films to find out what he might be like as a politician. In Tamil Nadu, politics and cinema have always walked hand in hand. In the past, the state has seen film personalities governing Tamil Nadu with much vigour and command. Right from MGR to M

Prakash Raj denies rumours that he will join Kamal Haasan's party, says politics is not on his agenda

Bengaluru: Noted actor Prakash Raj on Sunday said he respects superstars Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth and Kannada actor Upendra as artists but that does not mean he would accept them as political leaders due to their fame. The actor, 52, told reporters at the Press Club in Bengaluru that the political aspirants will have to prove their mettle before the people choose them as their representatives. “I have respect for them