Superstar Rajinikanth on Friday had an unlikely visitor. Malaysian Prime Minister Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak visited South Indian sensation at his residence. According to reports it was a courtesy visit and did not have an official purpose.
Thalaivar took to Twitter to share the news and a selfie with the Mayalasian leader. "I am extremely happy to have met an excellent, friendly and warm person today ... The Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia @NajibRazak ji," he tweeted.
According to reports, Rajnikanth was supposed to meet the Malaysian leader during his one-month long visit to Malaysia for the shooting of his film Kabali. But the PM's schedule did not allow, so when he came visiting India, Rajnikanth extended an invitation.
Sharing the news of the visit on his Twitter page, Razak wrote: “Just had a very warm and friendly meeting with Rajinikanth, the Tamil superstar at his home.” Latha Rajinikanth and daughter Aishwarya Dhanush were also at home to welcome Razak whose meeting lasted approximately an hour.
Incidentally, the visit fuelled the rumour that Rajnikanth may be replacing Shah Rukh Khan as coutry's brand ambassador, of Malaysia Tourism, but, Thalaivar quashed all the rumours.
Rajinikanth said, "I was not offered to become brand ambassador for Malaysia. These are all rumours."
Meanwhile, Rajinikanth, who's been in the spotlight over the last few days, is wrapping up the shoot of his much-anticipated sci-fi thriller 2.0.
Made on a lavish budget of Rs 400 crore, the film starring Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson, Sudhanshu Pandey and Adil Hussain will hit the screens on Diwali this year.
Just had a very warm n friendly meeting with Mr Rajnikanth the Tamil superstar at his home pic.twitter.com/ICmWGV1ICI— Mohd Najib Tun Razak (@NajibRazak) March 31, 2017