Rajini Kanth Actors Profiles & Biography  

Don’t get confuse…It’s not a typo error ..If we are wishing a superman Rajinikanth this is the way we need to follow…

Yes…first time we are super-excited to write about someone…

We have some personalities across various fields and it’s hard to conclude about them briefly ,something like sachin for cricket and Rajini for cinema..

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth turned 63 and will be celebrating his birthday in native town Bangalore.Rajinikanth born 12 December 1950 as Shivaji Rao Gaikwad in Banglore.

After his mother’s death when he was nine years old, he struggled with an impoverished lifestyle during his childhood. During that time, he often did odd jobs as a coolie in his community.

Between 1966 and 1973 he worked in many places in Bangalore and Madras. He performed various jobs before joining the Bangalore Transport Service (BTS) as a bus conductor.

He made his debut as an actor in the National Film Award-winning Tamil film Apoorva Raagangal (1975), directed by K. Balachander, whom the actor considers his mentor.

After a brief phase of portraying antagonistic characters in Tamil films, Rajinikanth gradually rose to become an established film actor. He continues to hold a matinee idol status in the popular culture of India. He is simply the Thalaiva (boss or leader) for his fans. His charisma is unique, like the man himself. Be it the way he smokes his cigarette, puts on his shades or delivers his dialogues, Rajini Sir is a true pan-Indian superstar. Every time southern superstar Rajinikanth delivered a dialogue in his own trademark style, audiences have cheered and rooted for him in unison.

What makes Rajinikanth a ‘rockstar’ is not just his hit movies, but his down-to-earth attitude and simplicity that leave everyone, including those who have never watched any of his film, floored by his personality.

Rajini Achievments :

6 state awards, a Filmfare award and a Padmabhushan award should in a way attempt to describe his contribution to the art of acting and cinema.

He was the first actor after Jackie Chan to have received a remuneration of about Rs. 45 crore for Enthiran [Robo in Telugu].

He should probably be the first South Indian actor to have movie releases in Japan, Germany, Turky and Russia as well.

Chandramukhi became the first Tamil film to have the longest run of about 800 days.

Sivaji and Endhiran [Robo] made it to the top lists of UK and South Africa’s top list of movies of that season.

Rajini Specialties:

He still has the letter written by his mentor K. Bala Chander to him in appreciation of his acting in the movie Mullam Malaram

He prefers to rehearse at least once looking at his personal wardrobe mirror before coming to the sets.

Even today he answers his mentor, director K. Bala Chander’s call with utmost respect and calls him every Holi day. Ask him why – he was named ‘Rajinikanth’ by Bala Chander the same day it seems!He still prefers to come in an ambassador or a Qualis though he can afford much opulent ones.

He always prefers to wear simple slippers than shoes even at shootings.

He personally attends to every guest who has come to see him irrespective of his/her individual status and stature.

He is fond of kids and especially when they come to see him, he would have them on his shoulders and pose to the camera.

Having enthusiasm to write many things about Rajini ..But the space is not enough ..In fact it’s hard to write in a single day …

So finally am concluding saying Dear Rajini ,Happy Birthday to you….

For the Netizens who awes about his mannerism…