Rajini Fans in Japan Come Together

Rajini fans in Japan come together Members of Rajinikanth Fan Club Japan are coming together today from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Jay Restaurant in Osakas Umeda district.

They will screen Kochadaiyaan and discuss about releasing Lingaa in Japan
‘We want to show the people of India that Rajini is popular and loved in Japan,’ said Fan Club founder Hidetoshi Yasuda.

‘Our club, in cooperation with mygooi, is celebrating the success of Kochadaiyaan (The king with a long, curly mane, Rajinikanths film released earlier this year) and campaigning to bring ‘Lingaa’ to Japanese cinemas.
The people attending our event will be both die-hard fans, who have followed Rajinikanth for more than 10 years, and individuals who became fans after Rajinikanth’s movie Endhiran.

‘We are getting together with the intention of deepening relationships among the fans, and between Japanese and Indian culture, with tasty Indian food and a screening of Kochadaiiyaan as well as a trailer for Lingaa.
‘I’m delighted to show how many Rajini fans there are in Japan. His movies make people smile and I want to share a Rajinikanth, 63, has been in more than 170 films since he began his career in 1975. The winner of six Tamilnadu State Film Awards for best actor, he is the second highest paid actor in Asia, after Jackie Chan, and his films have been shown all over the world. Lingaa is set for release in December.