Chennai: Rajinikanth's fans carry out 'support' march Chennai (Tamil Nadu), May 23 : Following the protest by Thamizhar Munetra Padai (TMP) against Rajinikanth's probable entry in politics, many supporters of the superstar took to the streets in Washermanpet to support him.
TMP protesting against Rajinikanth 'just to get noticed': TN BJP Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 22 : Slamming the Thamizhar Munetra Padai (TMP) leaders, who raised slogans against Rajinikanth, Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Tamilisai Soundararajan on Monday asserted that this group had been doing such stunts and drama just to get noticed.
Rajinikanth should stick to acting, he has no idea about ... New Delhi , May 22 : Coming down heavily on Tamil superstar Rajinikanth's supposed entry into the political arena, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said the current situation of politics in Tamil Nadu does not demand 'uneducated' candidates.
Rajinikanth unsuitable for Tamil Nadu politics: Subramanian Swamy New Delhi , May 19 : With the buzz surrounding superstar Rajinikanth's possible entry into politics, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Friday downplayed the entire see-sawing development saying he is 'unsuitable' for becoming the chief minister of a large state like Tamil ...
Rajinikanth bats for Stalin, hints major change in TN politics Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 19 : Continuing to maintain his see-sawing attitude towards the recent criticism over his remarks on joining politics, Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Friday rhetorically said the people would see what happens when the 'ultimate war' comes.
Rajinikanth evades questions on Sri Lankan Tamils Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 18 : Refraining from commenting on any issue related to Sri Lankan Tamils, superstar Rajinikanth on Thursday evaded question on Mullivaikkal Remembrance Day, which is observed by Sri Lankan Tamils.
This is how Ranveer reacted after watching 'Baahubali 2' New Delhi , May 16 : 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' has decimated every competition on the Box Office that has come its way. Even Rajinikanth called it 'India's cinema pride' and the latest actor to join the 'Baahubali 2' fan club is none other than Ranveer Singh.
My name being used for 'political gains': Rajinikanth Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 15 : Claiming it to be a 'political accident', iconic Tamil actor Rajinikanth who held a 'darbar' with his fans after a massive gap of eight years, admitted today that he committed a mistake by supporting a political alliance 21 years ago.
Rajini cancels Lanka visit: True nature of 'Tamil Nadu' politicians ... New Delhi , Mar. 26 : After superstar Rajinikanth called off his proposed visit to Sri Lanka after facing opposition from Tamil fringe groups, Lankan politician Namal Rajapaksa, who happens to be the son of former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, has expressed his displeasure towards the entire ...
Rajinikanth cancels his trip to Sri Lanka Chennai, Mar 25 : Southern superstar Rajinikanth cancelled his trip to Sri Lanka where he was about to give away some homes for Tamils who were displaced, subjected to the requests of various Tamil parties, on Saturday, according to media reports.
BJP supports Rajinikanth's decision to visit Sri Lanka, says ... New Delhi , Mar. 24 : Supporting superstar Rajinikanth's decision to take part in a charity event in Sri Lanka's Jaffna, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday said rather than condemning this act, the anti- national elements should take part in this initiative.
Superstar Rajnikath joins Jallikattu stir, SC postpones ruling for a ... Chennai/New Delhi, Jan 20 : : Superstar Rajinikanth on Friday joined the protest against Jallikattu ban taking along a host of other celebrities as the agitation in favour of the traditional bull taming sport in Tamil Nadu snowballed into a huge upsurge with thousands of people swarming Chennai's ...
Rajinikanth praises Cho Ramaswamy at 47th Thuglak anniversary event Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , Jan. 15 : Superstar Rajinikanth on Saturday, while paying tribute to the late Cho Ramaswamy, noted journalist, political analyst and founder-editor of the Tamil magazine Thuglak, praised him and said Cho was a unique man and all politicians used to seek advice from him.