The big screen gets bigger when superstar Rajinikanth appears on it. There is literally no exaggeration when I say that. Anna was last seen in 3D photorealistic film 'Kochadaiiyaan', where his majestic presence had enthralled the audience. This time he is back with 'Lingaa'.
Southern film actors from the '80's Stars Reunion' club will meet in February 2015. Popular names such as Rajinikanth, Chiranjeevi, Kamal Haasan, Akkineni Nagarjuna and Mammootty are expected to come together for the event.
Megastar Rajinikanth's magnum opus 'Lingaa' is all set to hit the silver screens in Hindi today. With Sonakshi Sinha paired opposite the superstar, we are sure this is going to be a must-watch affair for the Rajini fans. Ritika Handoo of Zee News Online is watching the movie right now. Check out the tweet review:
Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan has wished his guru K. Balachander, who has been hospitalised due to fever and some age-related ailments, a speedy recovery. Meanwhile, the veteran filmmaker's health is improving, doctors have said.
In one of the scenes in ‘Lingaa’, Rajinikanth is seen reading Joseph Campbell's ‘The Hero with A Thousand Faces’. The camera zooms in on the book's title from different angles to emphasise that it was included for a very strong reason.
If there is one man in the film industry who can change the even the course of winds, then it is none other than megastar Rajinikanth. The thespian celebrates his 64th birthday today. The actor, who was born as Shivaji Rao Gaekwad, shone like a bright star in the world of cinema with his impeccable acting talent and distinctive style sense.
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