Happy birthday Rajinikanth: on turning 70, five popular dialogues that best suit his political entrance – regional movies

Actor Rajinikanth recently made his political entry official. But the star has been hinting at his political downfall for many years through various popular lines in his films. On the occasion of his 70th birthday, we take a look at the five most popular lines from his films that best suit his political ambition.

Padayappa: The line “En Vazhi, Thani Vazhi” (My path is mine) is more suitable for Rajinikanth as she prepares to throw her party. At a time when most would expect him to seek an alliance with some other major party, Rajinikanth has made it clear that he gets his way when it comes to politics.

Muthu: For many years, Rajinikanth has been criticized for postponing his plan to enter politics. This approach of yours can best be described by this line: “Naan eppa varuven, eppadi varuvennu yarukkum theriyadhu, aana varavendiya neratthil correct aga varuven” (When I will come or how I will arrive, no one knows, but I will arrive when the time is right. . With Rajinikanth finally announcing his entry into politics, it seems the time is right.

Slime: Another dialogue that can fully justify Rajinikanth’s entry into politics is that of his film Baba. “Naan Vara Vendiya neram vandhudichi nee poga vendiya neram nerungidichi” (The time has come for me to enter, the time has come for you to leave). No better dialogue could be found to mark Rajinikanth’s immersion in politics.

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Baasha: “Naan oru thadava sonna, nooru thadava sonna maadiri” (If I say something once, it is as if I have said it a hundred times). This dialogue from the movie Baasha can be used to perfectly describe Rajinikanth’s late entry into politics. He said a long time ago that he will get into politics to serve the people and it amounts to saying it a hundred times.

Sivaji: Rajinikanth throwing your own party is a big deal. If you’re wondering what he can accomplish on his own, here’s the dialogue that has the perfect answer. “Kanna, panni dhan kootama varum. Singam Singleaa dhaan varum ”(Only pigs come in herds. The lion always comes alone).

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