Who wouldn’t like to know about the love life/crushes of their favorite Hero and when it comes to Superstar thalaiva Rajinikanth – he never disclosed anything about his love stories or crushes during his early days. Interestingly, the Kaala star has recently confessed about his first dream girl when he was asked to share about his teenage love.
‘I too had fallen and failed in first love and it was during my high-school days,’ said the Superstar who denied sharing her name when fans asked him to. Thalaiva went to say that, ‘unlike many people who won their first love, I failed to win my first love’s heart.’ This was at a star event in Malaysia where both Universal Hero Kamal Haasan and thalaiva Rajinikanth answered on cinema, politics and spirituality.
Thalaiva Rajini Kanth said that ‘buying a scooter, a small house and leading a middle-class life has always been my minimum aspiration’ and ‘providing a small message & entertainment to see audiences smile is my aspiration at a bigger level.’
Thalaiva Rajinikanth, who announced his political entry on last day of 2016, is readying his next magnum opus Robo– 2 .0 and it’s being directed by Shankar S. With music by AR Rahman, the flick which is expected on 14th April 2018 has Amy Jackson playing the female lead and Akshay Kumar as Opposition role.
The Rajinikanth story
Who is Rajinikanth and just why are people, cutting across various sections of civil society in Tamil Nadu, so fond of him?
Contrary to the popular perception that Rajinikanth is a Kannadiga, the 65-year-old, whose name originally used to be Shivaji Rao Gaekwad, actually belongs to a caste named ‘Gaekward’ in the Marathi community.
Born in Nachikuppam village in Krishnagiri district on December 12, 1950, Rajinikanth’s father was a constable with Bangalore police. Krishnagiri district lies adjacent to Bengaluru, the state capital of Karnataka.
Rajinikanth, who was interested in acting from the very beginning, initially worked as a bus conductor with the Bangalore Transport Service in 1973. He first acted in various plays before joining the Madras Film Institute to pursue a diploma in acting.
His first chance to act in a movie was given to him by the late Tamil film director K Balachander. After Arangetram was released in 1975, a star was born. Now, 42 years later, he has acted in over 200 films – in 160 Tamil movies, 28 Hindi movies, and one movie each in Bengali, Malayalam and English.