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Rajinikanth Visits Holy Badrinath Temple Seeking Blessings For His Movie Jailer's Blockbuster Success

Rajinikanth at Badrinath Temple


Having added yet another feather to his cap with the blockbuster success of 'Jailer,' Rajinikanth embarked on a spiritual journey to the revered Badrinath Temple. Following the resounding applause from theaters, the actor marked this significant milestone with a visit to the sacred site nestled in Uttarakhand. Captured in a shared video on the internet, Rajinikanth could be seen engaging with his admirers and participating in the evening aarti dedicated to Lord Badri Vishal.


Rajinikanth Visit to  Badrinath Temple
Rajnikanth Visit to Badrinath Temple for getting blessings for the success of his new blockbuster Jailer

On Saturday, a concise video surfaced on PTI's X handle, showcasing the 72-year-old Rajinikanth's arrival at the revered site. Donning a light blue shirt paired with trousers, he embraced a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition by draping a traditional shawl and sporting sneakers. As he ventured into the temple precinct, his devoted fans extended their hands in warm welcome, and Rajinikanth graciously indulged in photo moments with them at the entrance. The watchful presence of security personnel emphasized the importance of safeguarding his temple sojourn.


In honor of the film's much-anticipated release, several states proclaimed a day of celebration on Saturday. Tirupur Subramaniam, the film distributor and leader of Tamil Nadu's Theatre Owners' Association, previously remarked to PTI, "With Rajinikanth as the star, celebrations are inevitable. While the era of fan shows has evolved, the enthusiasm of fans remains undiminished. The movie graces 900 screens across Tamil Nadu, each exuding a festive ambiance that resonates with its widespread premiere."


Jailer BlockBuster Movie
Rajnikanth's Jailer movie graces 900 screens across Tamil Nadu

Positioned as a high-octane entertainer, 'Jailer' boasts a remarkable ensemble cast featuring esteemed talents like Priyanka Mohan, Shiva Rajkumar, Tamannaah Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan, Yogi Babu, Vasanth Ravi, and Vinayakan in pivotal roles. Its cinematic debut witnessed an overwhelming response, setting the stage for expectations that it might surpass the cumulative earnings of Rajinikanth's acclaimed films, including Annaatthe, Sivaji: The Boss, Lingaa, and Kaala.


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