Some of the diehard Rajini fans in the districts of Kanchipuram and Salem towns have burnt copies of a Tamil bi-weekly that published an article targeting the Superstar for his stand on Hogenakkal issue. According to the reports, the fans burnt the copies in from of the shops those selling the magazine and dispersed immediately after seeing the police. But police confirmed that no arrests were shown in their DCR.
Later some of the Rajini fan club members confirmed that they would organize a strong protest against the magazines those were targeting Rajini without reasons.
"In coming weeks, lot of things would be staged in front of those so called popular magazines. We will definitely do this, even our superior object for the same," says Immanuel one of the functionaries of Rajini fan club.
When our correspondent contacted Sathyanarayana, the All India Rajini Fan Club President, he said, "Rajini sir never encourages this kind of things and he never tries to use his fans for doing such things. All the fans of Rajini should enjoy the success of Kuselan, instead of demonstrating any such protests."