The 'Kabali fever' that gripped the entire nation a few days back might've come to an end, but superstar Rajinikanth's fame and influence over the people of India is still pretty much intact. Unfortunately, this very fact had prompted an unknown person to hack the star actor's official Twitter account.
A few hours ago, those who were active in Twitter were shocked beyond belief when Rajinikanth's usually torpid account sprang to life.
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To begin with, Rajinikanth started following a host of celebrities including the likes of Kamal Haasan, producer 'Kalaipuli' S Thanu, director Pa Ranjith, Sharukh Khan, Aamir Khan and PRO Riaz Ahmed.
What shocked the onlookers even more was the tweet that read "Rajinikanth #HitToKill", which was posted on the actor's Twitter page.
Just as when everyone were wondering what was going on in Rajinikanth's mind, Aishwaryaa R Dhanush, Rajinikanth's elder daughter, requested everyone to calm down, saying that her father's account was hacked.
"@superstarrajini appa's account was hacked.. handle retrieved. Thank you all :) #AllIsWell," she posted on her Twitter page.
Upon retrieving the handle, it was said that an unknown techie had managed to hack into the account in an attempt to make '#HitToKill' trend worldwide.
Also, the above mentioned celebrities were unfollowed by Rajinikanth after a team of engineers retrieved his account.
Rajinikanth is currently following 23 Twitter handles including the one's of AR Rahman, Dhanush, Aishwaryaa R Dhanush, Soundarya R Ashwin, Amitabh Bachchan and PM Narendra Modi. He has over 3 Million followers.
Meanwhile, Kabali, Rajinikanth's latest release, is still performing well at many centres in Tamil Nadu and Chennai. Stay tuned for further updates on the box office figures of the Pa Ranjith directorial.