Megastar Rajinikanth who flew off for a spiritual break last week to the Himalayas is back in Chennai. The actor landed at Chennai airport on Friday evening following which his fans present over there just couldn’t contain their excitement, as they flocked around him to catch a glimpse of their favourite star.
The Robot star who apart from his acting is also known for his modest, gentle and down to earth nature, despite being all tired after a long flight didn’t mind posing for some pictures with his fans as he exchanged smiles with people and media present at the airport.
It didn’t take much time for fans to spread the news of their favourite star’s return. As fans took on twitter with #WelomeBackThalaiva and it didn’t take much time to trend, as Rajini fans from all across started sharing airport pictures and videos on social media sites.
— Viswa (@itsViswaa) October 18, 2019
Enaya twitter etho movie release mathri iruku😂
All Thalaivar fans online 🔥
For one man !!
Can't wait for Thalaivar's pics ❤️
— ரௌடி (@Rowdy_3_) October 18, 2019
— ONLINE RAJINI FANS (@thalaivar1994) October 18, 2019
— ARVIND AKSHAY 🤘🏿 (@God_Of_Pot) October 18, 2019
— தனித்துவம் (@gowtham766) October 18, 2019
From professional front, the actor who was last seen on big screen early this year in filmmaker Karthik Subbaraj’s directorial Petta, has a big release ahead in form of A.R Murugadoss’ action drama venture Darbar. The film will have the megastar as cop in action avatar.
It will be after a long gap of almost 27 years Rajinikanth will be seen as a cop on big screens. It was in his 1992 release Pandiyan in which the actor had last played the role of a cop. The posters and teaser of the Darbar have been very well received by the audience.
Apart from Rajinikanth, Darbar also stars actress Nayanthara in the lead role, along with Bollywood star Suniel Shetty, Nivetha Thomas, Prateik Babbar, Dalip Tahil, Nawab Shah and others in major roles.
The Rajini starrer is being produced by Allirajah Subaskaran, under Lyca Productions.
Darbar is slated to hit big screens early next year.