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Rajini turns 68, mum about political entry, releases 2nd poster of 'Kaala'

Rajini turns 68, mum about political entry, releases 2nd poster of 'Kaala'

Chennai, Dec 12 (UNI) Despite keeping his eagerly fans waiting

about his much-talked political entry, Tamil Superstar

Rajinikanth turned 68 on Tuesday.

It might be a low-key birthday celebration for the celebrity

actor, but it brought cheers to his fans as he launched the

second poster of his upcoming film 'Kaala'.

The second poster was released at midnight on Monday

after the first teaser look was released in May this year.

Sporting a pair of sunglasses and a salt-and- pepper look,

the 'superstar' oozes the classic Rajinikanth suave.

Fans of the actor went gaga on social media about the poster

release of the film being directed by Pa Ranjith, for whom this

would be his second sojourn with the Superstar after the success

of the hit film "Kabali'".

Rajini's son-in-law and actor Dhanush, whose Wunderbar Films

was producing the movie, tweeted 'Here you go!! The king of

style- our Superstar’s “kaalaa” 2nd look. #theswagofsuperstar

#kaalaa #happybirthdaythalaiva'.

If one goes by the teaser released by Dhanush on his twitter

page, the trilingual film would be released in Hindi and Telugu

also.

Meanwhile, hundreds of fans gathered in front of his residence

at Poes Garden in the city to greet him.

Leaders of various political parties, including DMK Working

President M K Stalin, MDMK General Secretary Vaiko, TNCC

Chief Su Thirunavukkarasar and BJP state unit President

Ms Tamizhisai Soundararajan greeted the actor on his birthday.

There were wide expectations that the actor, who has time

and again hinted of taking the proverbial political plunge, would

announce his political plans on his birthday.

Asked about the actor's political plans, his brother Sathyanarayana

said 'time is not ripe now'.

But the fans were disappointed as Rajini was mum about his

political foray, though they were compensated with the release

of the second poster of his 'Kaala'.

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