Top Rajinikanth News in 2020: Thalaiva’s Lamborghini Drive, Political Entry to Periyar and Annaatthe Controversy

2020 was a roller coaster ride for many, including superstar Rajinikanth. Today, on her birthday, here’s a look at the moments when actor Annaatthe made headlines.

Superstar Rajinikanth is celebrating his 70th birthday today, December 12, and fans around the world are showering him with their best wishes on social media. As we all know when Rajinikanth’s birthday is, the celebration among his fans is no less like a festival. However, due to the pandemic, the celebrations will be low-key. Thalaiva is an indispensable king of the box office and he is a man in the industry who has been ruling for four decades. His larger-than-life appearance on the silver screen in inimitable style has proven to be a legend. His crazy followers in India and internationally explain this incomparable phenomenon.

Well 2020 had been a roller coaster ride for everyone and also for the Tamil legend. Today, on his birthday, let’s take a look at the top Rajinikanth news stories that managed to grab the most attention.

1. Leon in Lamborghini: One of the most popular images and news of 2020 was when Rajinikanth was seen driving his daughter Soundarya’s Lamborghini. #LionInLamborgini became a trend after a video of him wearing a mask and driving the luxury car went viral.

2. Political entry: Rajinikanth’s political entry has been the talk of the town for years and years. However, after much rumor and speculation, the Petta star officially announced his political entry. He wrote: “In the next assembly elections, Tamil Nadu will witness an honest, faithful, sincere and spiritual government with the support of the people. We will launch the party on December 31 and the work will start from January 2021.

3. Anna in the ad: Annaatthe, starring superstar Rajinikanth, was announced earlier this year. The film is directed by Siruthai Siva. The movie has been the talk of the town since its inception due to its all-star cast. The film will feature Meena, Khushbu, Keerthy Suresh, Nayanthara, Prakash Raj, among others. Filming on the film has been halted for a time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

4. Periyar controversy: Rajinikanth’s comments about an anti-superstition rally in 1971 made headlines once again after he refused to issue an apology for his statement in remembrance of Thuglak magazine’s 50th anniversary in Chennai on January 14. The actor showed clippings from a 2017 report published by an English magazine that mentions the 1971 Periyar rally. “The magazine has reported that Ramar and Sita paraded naked and decked out in slippers at the 1971 Periyar rally in Salem. said something that did not happen. I have not imagined it. The one who protested there in Salem … Lakshmana … has confirmed it. Therefore, I will not apologize or express regret, “Rajinikanth said, adding that he said what it was reported in the magazines and he also stated that the Periyar rally should be forgotten, not denied.

5. Into the Wild with Bear Grylls: The superstar appeared on the show Into the Wild with Bear Grylls and with this made his debut on the small screen. The special episode was filmed at Bandipur Tiger Reserve, Karnataka and was officially released in March this year. The Tamil legend left everyone with his presence on the show and had a wild and adventurous experience in the middle of nature. Rajinikanth on the show said: ‘My whole life has been a miracle. Take this show, for example, I never thought about this or my dreams that one day I would do a show like this for Discovery! ‘The man also let us in on his favorite quote from life: “This too shall pass.”

6. Diwali celebrations with the family: The photo of Rajinikanth celebrating Diwali with his wife Latha, daughter Soundarya, son-in-law Vishagan Vanangamudi and grandson Ved had succeeded in lighting up the internet.

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