Speaking to Malaysian fans and media before his departure from the country, superstar Rajinikanth apologized to those, with whom he couldn't pose for photographs. This statement has come after the Enthiran man obliged most of his fans for thousands of selfies.
A heartfelt ''sorry'' from the most popular South Indian film star, only intensified the love Malaysian people have for him, even as they were left in a state of embarrassment.
The actor went on to say that Malaysia has grown immensely over the years, accentuating its beauty. "I did not expect Malaysia to be this beautiful. I last visited this country in 1978 for the shooting of my movie Priya", said he.
Interestingly, he also revealed about his character in the movie, Kabali. "Kabali is about a man who is born and brought up here in Malaysia. It is about Malaysian people and you will love the way our director has projected your country", said the superstar.
Addressing the Ministry of Tourism in a lighthearted manner, he said that many people from India and around the world will visit Malaysia after the release of Kabali.