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Innumerable wishes were poured in when Jayalalitha, yesteryear Tamil actress and ex CM of Tamil Nadu walked out of Bangalore's Central Jail. But the most prominent of all was a letter from Rajinikanth conveying his wishes on her return to the State.
Rajinikanth, who did not take part in the hunger strike protesting Jayalalitha's release along with other artistes has said in his letter, "I am very glad to have you back in Poes Garden. Praying for good times for you. Always wishing you well for good health and peace".
Rajinikanth's letter has created a huge buzz and is been copied and circulated to various press agencies. It is to be noted that Rajinikanth has had many conflicts with Tamil Nadu's ex CM. Many stories including that of an incident that took place in 1996 when Rajinikanth stepped out of his car to create traffic jam with sole intention of lowering Jayalalitha's audacity who made the Superstar to wait until her entourage had to drive past the road.
The Superstar, in the past has also openly voiced against her saying "Even God cannot save Tamil Nadu if Jayalalithaa is voted back to power." But that's all history now and it looks like the Enthiran actor is all set to make peace with one of Tamil Nadu's most influential person.
Rajinikanth's greetings has also shocked BJP in the state who were constantly trying to enter the state's politics in a grand way with the support of Rajinikanth. Well, it looks like they'll have to wait for a long time, now that 'Amma' is back in business.
It is also to be noted that Rajinikanth's Lingaa will be releasing shortly and his kind gesture in welcoming Jayalalitha could be a tactical move given the obstacles faced by big budget movies nowadays in Tamil Nadu.