As he completes 40 long years in the film industry, southern superstar Rajinikanth enjoys the same glory that he did during the start of his career.
Rajinikanth will next be seen in Shankar’s 2.0 which will be released in January 2018. The makers are leaving no stone unturned to promote the sequel to the 2010 Tamil film Enthiran.
The audio of 2.0 was launched at a mega event in Dubai on 27th October. Speaking at the event, Rajinikanth spoke about his journey in the film industry that has spanned a period of more than four decades.
“I don’t even remember how these 40 years passed. It still feels like 4-5 years. If not for god’s grace and the love of my fans, I wouldn’t have come this far. These 40 years have taught me that fame and money only bring minimum happiness. When people ask me is it difficult to be Rajinikanth, I tell them it’s only possible because of my faith in the almighty,” said Rajinikanth.
Rajinikanth asked his fans to support good films and encourage good talent.
“If you don’t like a film, please avoid spreading negativity through social media,” said the superstar.
When asked if he has any unfulfilled dream Rajinikanth said, “There is one yet unfulfilled dream. Let’s see what happens to it.”
Without clarifying further he dropped a subtle hint that he wants to foray into politics.
2.0 is a science fiction directed by S Shankar and also features Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson. It is believed to be the most expensive Indian film made to date with an estimated budget of Rs 450 crore.