Megastar Rajinikanth says he is filled with honour and fun that his fans came together to assistance a flood-hit Chennai get behind to normalcy.
“To all my dear fans who stood and lived adult to a hour of need for a Chennai… intense thanks… Nothing could make me happier and proud,” Rajinikanth tweeted a day after he incited 64.
To all my dear fans who stood lived adult to a hour of need for a chennai ..heart felt interjection ..nothing could make me happier and proud
— Rajinikanth (@superstarrajini) December 12, 2015
Ahead of his birthday, a cine idol had urged his fans to call off his birthday celebrations due to a grave conditions caused by complicated rains in Tamil Nadu. However, that didn’t deter fans from pouring in their wishes for a actor.
Humbled by a love, Rajinikanth posted: “To friends, colleagues, good wishers and my beloved fans who are closest to my heart… Thank we for all a wishes.”
Heavy rains battered many tools of Tamil Nadu over a past few weeks. Although a surge has stopped and a H2O turn has receded in many places, a city and the people are still limping behind to normalcy.
Rajinikanth, who done his entrance with filmmaker K. Balachander’s Tamil play “Apoorva Raagangal” in 1975, went on to star in films like “Mullum Malarum”, “Moondru Mugam”, “Kalaimamani”, “Muthu”, “Sivaji” and “Enthiran”. He is famous for his matchless character and smart one-liners.