Happy Birthday Thalaiva!!!!!!!!!!
So what more to ask on our Thalaiva’s birthday????
Rajnikanth’s fans are in a for treat…. The trailer of the movie ‘Petta’ is released at 11.00 am today. Indeed, it is an undeniable treat for his fans who are planning to celebrate his birthday in the most humanitarian way. The film has been shot in multiple locations and is scheduled to release in January 2019.
Twitter is flowing with tweets to wish our Thalaiva on his birthday…
Akshay Kumar, Soundarya Rajnikanth, Dhanush has all tweeted their birthday wishes along with tweets of his fans..
On this special day lets take a flashback on his life’s journey…
Rajinikanth was born on 12 December 1950 to a Marathi family in Bangalore, Mysore (present day Bengaluru, Karnataka). His father, Ramoji Rao Gaekwad, was a police constable and his mother was a housewife. His parents named him Shivaji Rao Gaekwad after Chhatrapati Shivaji, a Maratha warrior King.
Rajnikanth had made his debut playing a minor role in the movie Katha Sangama (1975), directed by the Kannada director Puttanna Kanagal. In the same year he went on to act in his first main role as a villain in the Tamil movie, Apoorva Raagangal, directed by K.Balachander. In this movie, his role was that of an abusive husband. During the next three years, Rajnikanth was cast in characters considered ethically questionable inside the moral structure of a customary Tamil film.
Later on, in 1978 he got a big break in the movie ‘Bhairavi’, in which he played the lead role for the first time. This movie established him as a lead actor, and further earned him the superstar status. Later on, many commercial successes followed this film with Billa (1980), Murattu Kaalai (1980) among others, which went on to cement his role as the action superstar. Almost all his films released during the 1990’s were successful at the box office. His appearance in remakes of films from other languages, mostly from Hindi and Telugu, were all successful. Moreover, Rajnikanth’s style used to make the remakes unique and worth watching. Some of the remakes are Panakkaran, Athisaya Piravi, Veera and so on. He has also acted in some Hindi movies often playing the supporting roles like Hum, Khoon Ka Karz, and Phool Bane Angaray (all in 1991).
World wide, his fans credits his extraordinarily styled dialogues and his mannerisms in his movies. His deliverance of the punch dialogues are one of a kind and only our Thalaiva can do it. These punch dialogues often have a message in them which becomes a stimulation for his audience.
Though of some flops in the recent years, the recently released 2.0, which is a sequel to the hit movie ‘Enthiran'(Robot), further establishes his worth. The final part of the movie, which is from his role 2.0 entry, had been a treat to watch. And many of his fans were happy to witness their Thalaiva’s comeback. Hoping that his Petta would do the same for his fans world wide..
Signing off with his famous line…
“Naan eppo varuven, eppadi varuvennu, yarukkum theriyathu. Eppo varunumo appo correctaa varuven.” – Muthu
(When I’ll come, how I’ll come, nobody knows. But when I need to come, I’ll be there.)
which is very true in his case…God Bless Thalaivaaa!!!!
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