‘Rana’s’ uncanny resemblance with ‘Coolie’!

Last Updated: Saturday, June 4, 2011 - 15:03

Spicezee Bureau

Singapore: Rajinikanth’s poor health has become a major cause of concern for his fans all over the world. Since he is now recovering and will be back soon to resume work for ‘Rana’ the script has been changed a bit.

Rajni was playing a triple role in the film and one of the characters was supposed to die in the end but now all three characters will live.

Back in 1982, Amitabh Bachchan had a near-fatal accident while shooting for the film ‘Coolie’. He was admitted in the hospital for two months and then he returned to the sets. A similar change was made to the script of the film for him. According to ‘Coolie’s’ original script Amitji was supposed to die in the end but on his return the end was altered and his character lived. And now, it's the Tamil superstar's turn.

Says a source to a tabloid, "His fans want him to live even in his films. All these modifications and changes in the script are now being worked out."

Rajni is in Singapore recovering from his illness. It will take him another month to be completely fit to resume shooting. He is currently in the care of doctors, practicing power-yoga every morning to emerge fit from his illness.

However he might not be able to do all those stunts he had initially planned for ‘Rana’. This could be a bit of bad news for his fans but we are sure Rajni’s comeback to films is a bigger and a better news for all his followers.

The filmmakers are currently involved in making changes to the script of the film, changing the action scenes. Meanwhile, Rajni’s other film, ‘Robot 2’ has been put on hold for the time being.

A source told a daily, "Rajini will definitely return to acting in September. But he won't be allowed any more stunts. When Dhanush expressed caution about the superstar's future in films he was being honest and realistic.”

Well, we wish Rajni a good health quick recovery!



First Published: Saturday, June 4, 2011 - 15:03

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