The second poster of Rajinikanth and A R Murugadoss’ upcoming collaboration Darbar is finally out & it cannot escape the Internet’s attention.
Rajinikanth is one name that is synonymous with acting, whether it is Bollywood or South. From being a bus conductor to a megastar today, his rags-to-riches story is still an inspiration to many who aspire to make their name resonate around the world one day with their dedicated karma.
If we are not wrong then after scanning the whole globe there would no one other than Rajnikanth, a living actor who has a temple dedicated to him. Rajnikanth is one of those senior actors who have seen the film industry change and has also evolved with time.
Take, for example, Rajinikanth, in this upcoming release Darbar, appears in a never-seen-before avatar. An angry Rajinikanth exhibits power in the second look from the flick. Based in an industrial setting, Rajinikanth appears both macho and intense at the same time.
Have a look at his second look below:
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Talking about other cast members of Darbar. Bollywood Veteran: Suniel Shetty will mark his debut into the Tamil film industry with this flick. Suniel is paired alongside Prateik Babbar, who also plays an antagonist in the flick. The movie has other names like Nayanthara, Nivetha Thomas, Dalip Tahil, Soori, Harish Uthaman, Jeeva, Manobala, Suman, Anandaraj, Rao Ramesh, Bose Venkat, Prakash Raj, Nawab Shah and Yogi Babu playing pivotal roles.
As reported by The News Minute, this AR Murugadoss directorial will also feature Indian Cricketer: Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj in a pivotal role. Popular Netflix Series: Sacred Games cast member Jatin Sarna (who went by on-screen name Bunty) is also expected to make his cameo in the flick. This cop drama is expected to hit the silver screen on Pongal 2020.
Going by the names of cast members, you must have got a clear idea that the cast has a lot of talent that doesn’t speak southern dialects. All this has been done in order to widen the base of the target audience, that will directly add to the film’s box-office revenue.