Superstar Power: The resort where Rajinikanth stayed in Kurseong has now been named after him

The shooting of the film kick-started from June 7 at a brisk pace across the hill stations of North India. The superstar stayed at a resort in Kurseong during his shoot there.

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After the release of Kaala, which received an immense response, Rajinikanth has geared up with his next film being directed by Karthik Subbaraj. The shooting of the film kick-started from June 7 at a brisk pace across the hill stations of North India. The superstar stayed at a resort in Kurseong during his shoot there. Rajinikanth stayed there for almost 10 days and this left such an impact that the resort authorities decided to change the name of the villa, in which Rajinikanth stayed.

One of the Villas in which Rajinikanth stayed has been renamed as ‘Rajinikanth Villa #3.” The villa has been named as Rajinikanth Villa as a gesture for the actor’s stay. The management has also painted a tree in the resort as a remembrance of the occasion. Now, this is something very interesting and a great honour. Isn’t it?

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Meanwhile, Rajinikanth’s Kaala released at the Box Office and is receiving rave response from all the corners of the country. As earlier we reported, the superstar, yesterday, headed to Dehradun for the shooting of his next film directed by Karthik Subbaraj. The film also stars Vijay Sethupathi.

It was recently confirmed that Vijay Sethupathi will play a pivotal role in the film. In his latest interaction with radio channel Suryan FM, Sethupathi revealed that he signed the film on a go without even listening to the script. “Thanks to the relationship I share with Karthik, I blindly signed the film.”

On teaming up with Rajinikanth, Subbaraj said in a chat with Sun TV: “Even though I’ve made four films in my career so far, I grew fascinated towards cinema because of superstar Rajinikanth sir. To get to direct him is the best moment of my life,”

Subbaraj said, adding that he plans to go on the floors in next two months and wrap up the project this year itself. Asked if the project will be as ambitious as Sun Pictures produced Enthiran in terms of scale, Subbaraj said his film will be quite different from Enthiran. “It’ll be a proper Rajini film,” he said.

He also sees collaborating with the superstar will come with its set of expectations and high responsibility. “I see it as an enjoyable challenge.”

    Anonymous

    dont quite understand the big deal that people make about this oldie

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