Rajinikanth's popularity all over the world is well known, but his star status in India and in the neighbouring countries is beyond one's imagination especially if the viewer is not from our country. When the Superstar was admitted in a Singapore hospital a few days ago when he was ill, some of his fans there did not rest until the star was completely alright. Expressing their love towards him, most of them indulged themselves in carrying out various religious rituals like piercing their body with divine needles and carrying red hot pots in an attempt to impress the Almighty who could subsequently cure their favourite actor.
On witnessing such an astonishing frenzy for a single man,
Netherlands based filmmaker Rinku Kalsy has decided to make a
documentary on Rajinikanth which will showcase the madness and love
of his fans towards him all across the globe. Rinku Kalsy who had
come to Goa to take part in the 45th IFFI had confirmed the
The Amsterdam based filmmaker who has also become a fan of
Rajinikanth after spending four years with his fans in Tamil Nadu
has said, "There are four main protagonists in the documentary and
each of them represents social aspiration. How people are using
their own investments doing big poster release of Rajini which had
nothing to do with Rajinikanth, his company or the distributors of
his films. There is also a mimicry artiste, who is actually not a
fan of Rajini but the fandom gives him three meals a day".
The documentary which is titled as For the Love of a
Man will be released in February next year and the
director has said that she will definitely show the film to the
star before releasing it worldwide next year.
Meanwhile, Rajinikanth's upcoming film Lingaa has come
out with a clean 'U' certificate from the censor board and sources
have confirmed that the film will be released on Superstar's
birthday as planned earlier.
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