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Ian Jane
11-04-2014, 10:44 AM
This looks mildly zany.


Twitch says:

"It's been a long 4 years since a live-action Superstar Rajinikanth strutted cinema screens in Shankar's brain-melting Enthiran. In the meantime, Superstar limped onto cinema screens in motion capture dud, Kochadaiiyaan, made while he was recovering from a pretty severe illness that derailed the shooting of Eros International's costume action film, Rana. With the predicted December release of KS Ravikumar's Lingaa, it looks like we will get our first proper Rajni film in far too long.

As usual, very little is known about the film's plot, however, the producers at Rockline Entertainments (sic) have been gracious enough to provide the world with a brief first look at our superstar's magnificence with a blissfully garish and context free teaser. Superstar is accompanied by south Indian beauty Anushka, and Bollywood starlet Sonakshi Sinha, neither of whom have any charisma to speak of, but they aren't really the point anyway."

Ian Jane
11-06-2014, 01:39 PM

Ian Jane
11-06-2014, 01:39 PM
Those guys look like they're having a really fun conversation.

Ian Jane
12-12-2014, 10:25 AM
Newer better quality trailer.


Ian Jane
12-16-2014, 10:02 AM
"Superstar Rajinikanth returns to the big screen in a live action role after 4 years with KS Ravikumar’s Lingaa. As every release of the megastar there is quite a bit of excitement and looking at the initial box office numbers, it seems to be another killer at the box office.

Although we South Indian cinema has a special place in our hearts, we are not the experts we would like to be so we called our friend Josh Hurtado, who covers a lot of Indian cinema for TwitchFilm.com.

We speak about the Rajini Effect, the expectations attached to Lingaa, Sonakshi Sinha’s South Indian debut and how Lingaa compares to Rajnikanth’s massive hits with Shankar (Sivaji- The Boss, Enthiran)."

You can download the podcast here (http://nblo.gs/123ZsX). They also have related podcasts for a few other interesting Bollywood titles of note that have come out in the last few years (Rowdy Rathore (http://upodcasting.com/rowdy-rathore-podcast), Bullet Raja (http://nblo.gs/123ZsX) and others).