Facts about superstar Rajinikanth!


Are you a big fan of rajinikanth and want to know more about him??

Rajinikanth is undoubtedly the only global superhero.

He is smarter than a thousand Chuck Norrises put together.

The time has come to show some startling Rajinikanth facts and watch the world chew it’s fingers in awe.

  • Rajinikanth was born as Shivaji Rao Gaikwad in a Maratha family to mother Jijabai and father Ramoji Rao Gaikwad.(a police constable).
  •  His mother died when Rajini was five and the family went through tough times. As a young man, Rajinikanth did many odd jobs, including that of a coolie.

  • He was working as a bus conductor before he made it big in the film industry.
  • He started off his acting career with mythological Kannada plays. His most prominent role was that of Duryodhana.
  • His friend Raj Bahadur, with whom he is still close, encouraged him to pursue his dreams and become an actor.
  • Rajinikanth was noticed in a Kannada play at the Film Institute by director K Balachander who told him to learn tamil before leaving.
  • Rajinikanth made his début in the Tamil film industry with Balachander’s Apoorva Raagangal
  • Muthu made the superstar popular in Japan and they call him as dancing maharaja.
  • Besides starring in Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu films, Rajinikanth also starred in a Bengali filmBhagya Debata.
  • Rajinikanth met his wife, Latha, when she came to interview him for her college magazine.
  • The latest announcement is that the actor will act in the film, Kochadaiyaan, which will be the first film in India using performance-capture technology (PCT) in 3D.

Reference:
worldcinema1

wikipedia

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