Complete Coverage: Rajinikanth's Tuticorin visit

Last Updated: Wed, May 30, 2018 18:25 hrs

Rajinikanth is visiting Thoothukudi to console the injured victims of Sterlite protest and family of the deceased.

“As an actor, I think my presence would bring happiness to them,” said the actor.

Talking about the Kaala ban issue in Karnataka, Rajinikanth said: “Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce is a part of South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce so they will sit and talk to solve the ongoing issue.”

From Rajinikanth’s take on the Kaala issue, it’s very clear that the actor will not change his stance. Rajinikanth still wants the Cauvery Management Board and he will not be giving any option for the detractors to criticize him.

Though Kamal Haasan’s films are also banned in Karnataka, the actor is yet to react on the decision taken by Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce. Kamal’s next immediate release is his long-pending spy action thriller Vishwaroopam 2.

Rajinikanth: I don't want to comment more on it, but the Govt needs to be careful as the people are watching, it was a huge mistake and a big lesson.

Rajinikanth to give Rs. 2 Lakhs each to the families of those who were killed and Rs. 10,000 to those who were injured in the Tuticorin shooting.

Rajinikanth arrives at the hopital after the 144 ban has been lifted.

Rajinikanth meets the injured protesters at the hospital.

Rajinikanth receives a lot of love and affection from the people of Thoothukudi.

Superstar Rajinikanth receives a grand welcome in Tuticorin.

After announcing his entry into politics, Superstar Rajinikanth is going outside Chennai to address the issues of the people!

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