Rajinikanth said: "It's a long time since I met fans for photos. We are working out how to do it."
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Sharing the image on the photo-sharing website, Dhoni wrote: "Tried copying the pose of the one and only Thalaivar."
Long queues formed outside Rex Cinema where fans arranged a flower garland around a four-meter cutout of Rajinikanth, whose film Kabali has been predominantly shot in Malaysia
"It will be the biggest release for a Rajinikanth-starrer in the US. The Tamil as well as Telugu version of the film will release in 400 screens," Madhu Garlapati of CineGalaxy told IANS.
"Important scenes between Rajinikanth and Radhika, besides some action sequences will be shot in this schedule that will go on for nearly three weeks in Malaysia," a source from the film's unit told IANS. The film is loosely based on the life of a real-life don
"I'm really excited. I'll join the sets on December 1. Not sure yet if it will be in Malaysia or somewhere else," Radhika told IANS at the ongoing 17th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival. In Pa Ranjith-directed Kabali, Radhika plays Rajinikanth's wife and the veteran actor will be seen playing a gangster
Rajinikanth arrived for the film's puja ceremony in a light blue jeans and navy shirt. The entire cast and crew of the film, including producer Kalaipuli S Thanu and director Pa Ranjith were also present at the launch. While the first schedule of Kabali will be shot in Chennai, the team will move to Malaysia for the next leg of shooting.
Shooting for the film will begin in Malaysia in August