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Rajinikanth returns to Malaysia to wrap up "Kabali"


Date Posted: 02 February 2016


Superstar Rajinikanth is being whisked away be security
guards as he arrived at KLIA. (Photo source: "Kabali" Facebook)

2 Feb – Indian superstar Rajinikanth is back in Malaysia once again to shoot the rest of his upcoming movie "Kabali" for more than two weeks.

Like his earlier visit to Malaysia on 26 October 2015, his arrival has set social media abuzz, as many fans are trying to take photos as well as catch a glimpse of the legendary actor.

According to The Star, he arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 6.15pm yesterday and will be staying here for 16 days to shoot the remaining scenes of his movie.

"He will be in town for the next 16 days, but the locations of shoot have to be kept secret for security reasons," confirmed an insider that refused to be named.

Inspired by a real-life gangster, "Kabali" will be the 64-year-old actor's 159th film. It is directed by Pa Ranjith and also stars Radhika Apte, Kishore, Kalaiyarasan and Dhansika.

Writer: Erny Suzira




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