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Rajini to go to Japan?

IndiaGlitz [Wednesday, March 23, 2011]

Yesterday we read that Superstar Rajinikanth took part in a meeting conducted in Chennai on Monday to express solidarity to the people of Japan, who are affected by the recent natural calamity.

Now the latest buzz is that the top actor might visit the country, where he has a huge fan base, to show his support in person. "Rajini has been getting calls from Japan for a longtime. He is planning a visit now," say sources.

Meanwhile, politicians, especially those from the ruling DMK in Tamil Nadu, are keeping the Superstar busy, by meeting him one after another, in view of the fast approaching Assembly elections.

On Tuesday, Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister and DMK treasurer M K Stalin, who would be contesting from the newly-carved Kolthaur constituency, called on Rajinikanth and sought his blessings.

It was Hasan Mohammed Jinnah, the DMK candidate for Thousand Lights constituency, who met the Superstar on Monday at the latter's Poes Garden residence in Chennai.


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