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Rajinikanth Profile And Biography

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Super Star Rajinikanth

Rajinikanth … The name itself has vibrations, he is an inspiration to many… carpenter turned coolie turned conductor turned Super Star Rajinikanth is a legend in Indian cinema. His fans admire him as GOD, He inspired many people with his lifestyle, down to earth nature, respect, helping nature any many more.

Born on 12th December 1950, Rajinikanth original name is Shivaji Rao Gaekwad. He belongs to Marathi family, his mother Ramabai a housewife and Ramoji Rao Gaekwad a police constable. Family consists of 4 siblings out of which he is the youngest, his elder brothers are Satyanarayana Rao & Nageshwara Rao and sister Aswath Balubhai.

He lost his mother at the age of five, his schooling was started at the Acharya Patasala in Bangalore after that moved to Vivekananda Balak Sangh which is a unit of the Ramakrishna Mission. when young he did many odd jobs, including that of a coolie. He was working as a bus conductor before he entered into film industry.

His best friend Raj Bahadur is the main person who encouraged him to achive his dream of becoming an actor. He started his acting career with mythological stage play in kannada and his role was Duryodhana. Seeing his performance director K Balachander asked him to learn tamil. His best friend Raj Bahadur who was his colleague while working as bus conductor encouraged him to enrol in the Madras Film Institute.

Rajinikanth was introduced by the renowned director, K.Balachandar in the movie Aboorva raagangal as a co-artist, which also starred Kamal Haasan from there he never turned back. First big commercial success was Billa. Rajini played triple role in Moondru Moogam for which he was awarded as Best Actor from the Tamil Nadu government.

Most of his films have message oriented like family values, respecting elders, charity, spiritual and lot more. Rajini who is famous in flipping a beedi-cigarette and catching it in his lips in many of his blockbuster films requested his fans and all the people to be away from smoking as it is not at all good for health.

Being a religious person, he always owned up his faith. He stated many times that he was influenced by Ramakrishna Mission which inspired him towards religious and spiritual activites. Thats why in his every movie he express confidence on faith, for ex. in auranchalam movie he utters “God Decided, Arunachalam Executed It”. In his public meetings also he inspires his fans and viewers with humor, mythological and spiritual.

Stopped celebrating his birthday since 2012 because three of his fans met with an accident after returning from his birthday celebrations.

Rajinikanth married Latha Rangachari on 26 February 1981, in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Latha a student of Ethiraj College for Women fistly met him in interviewing for her college magazine. This beautiful couple have two daughters Aishwarya Rajinikanth and Soundarya Rajinikanth.

Latha Rajinikanth couple indulges in a lot of charity, also runs a school named “The Ashram”. Famous Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam is converted into a charitable trust to help the poor and needy.

Ego and starry airs are unknown to Rajnikanth, he is very humble and down to earth person. Being a Super Star he live a simple life.

In 2016 Rajinikanth recieved Padma Vibhushan award by Government of India

Rajinikanth Biodata and Biography :

Name – Shivaji Rao Gaekwad
Popular Name – Rajinikanth, Thalaiva, Superstar
Rajinikanth Birthday – 12 December 1950
First Movie – Apoorva Raagangal (1975, Tamil)
First Tamil Debut Movie – Apoorva Raagangal (1975)
First Telugu Debut Movie – Anthuleni Katha (1976)
First Kannada Debut Movie – Katha Sangama (1976)
First Hindi Debut Movie – Andha Kanoon (1983)
Father – Ramoji Rao Gaekwad (Worked as a police constable)
Mother – Jijabai (Homemaker)
Brothers – Satyanarayana Rao (Elder), Nageshwara Rao (Elder)
Sisters – Aswath Balubhai (Elder)
Wife – Latha Rajinikanth
Marriage Date – 26 February 1981, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh
Daughter’s – Aishwarya Rajinikanth, Soundarya Rajinikanth
Son In Law – Dhanush (Film Actor), Vishagan Vanangamudi (Actor/Businessman)
Grandson’s – Yatra Raja (2006), Linga Raja (2010) and Ved Krishna (2015).
Favorite Colour – Black
Favorite Actor – Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Sylvester Stallone
Favorite Actress – Rekha, Hema Malini
Favorite Destination – The Himalayas

Rajinikanth Movies List :

Below are Super Star Rajinikanth films which he acted in various regional languages like tamil, telugu, hindi, kannada, malayalam, bengali etc.

Apoorva Raagangal – Tamil (1975)
Katha Sangama – Kannada (1976)
Anthuleni Katha – Telugu (1976)
Moondru Mudichu – Tamil (1976)
Baalu Jenu – Kannada (1976)
Avargal – Tamil (1977)
Kavikkuyill – Tamil (1977)
Raghupathi Raghavan Rajaram – Tamil (1977)
Chilakamma Cheppindi – Telugu (1977)
Bhuvana Oru Kelvi Kuri – Tamil (1977)
Ondu Premada Kathe – Kannada (1977)
16 Vayathinile – Tamil (1977)
Sahodarara Savaal – Kannada (1977)
Aadu Puli Attam – Tamil (1977)
Gaayathri – Tamil (1977)
Kumkuma Rakshe – Kannada (1977)
Aarupushpangal – Tamil (1977)
Tholireyi Gadichindi – Telugu (1977)
Aame Katha – Telugu (1977)
Galate Samsara – Kannada (1977)
Shankar Salim Simon – Tamil (1978)
Kiladi Kittu – Kannada (1978)
Annadammula Savaal – Telugu (1978)
Aayiram Jenmangal – Tamil (1978)
Maathu Tappada Maga – Kannada (1978)
Mangudi Minor – Tamil (1978)
Bairavi – Tamil (1978)
Ilamai Oonjaladukirathu – Tamil (1978)
Sadhurangam – Tamil (1978)
Vanakkatukuriya Kathaliye – Tamil (1978)
Vayasu Pilichindi – Telugu (1978)
Mullum Malarum – Tamil (1978)
Iraivan Kodutha Varam – Tamil (1978)
Thappida Thala – Kannada (1978)
Thappu Thalangal – Tamil (1978)
Aval Appadithan – Tamil (1978)
Thai Meethu Sathiyam – Tamil (1978)
En Kelvikku Enna Bathil – Tamil (1978)
Paavathin Sambalam – Tamil (1978)
Justice Gopinath – Tamil (1978)
Priya – Tamil & Kannada (1978)
Kuppathu Raja – Tamil (1979)
Iddaru Asadhyule – Telugu (1979)
Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum – Malayalam (1979)
Allaudinaum Arputha Vilakkum – Tamil (1979)
Ninaithale Inikkum – Tamil (1979)
Andamaina Anubhavam – Telugu (1979)
Thaayillamal Naan Illai – Tamil (1979)
Dharma Yuddam – Tamil (1979)
Naan Vazhavaippen – Tamil (1979)
Tiger – Telugu (1979)
Aarilirunthu Arubathu Varai – Tamil (1979)
Annai Oru Aalayam – Tamil (1979)
Amma Evarikkaina Amma – Telugu (1979)
Billa – Tamil (1980)
Natchathiram – Tamil (1980)
Ram Robert Rahim – Telugu (1980)
Anbukku Naan Adimai – Tamil (1980)
Kaali – Tamil & Telugu (1980)
Mayadari Krishnudu – Telugu (1980)
Naan Potta Savaal – Tamil (1980)
Johnny – Tamil (1980)
Ellam Un Kairasi – Tamil (1980)
Polladhavan – Tamil (1980)
Murattu Kalai – Tamil (1980)
Thee – Tamil (1981)
Kazhugu – Tamil (1981)
Thillu Mullu – Tamil (1981)
Garjanai – Tamil (1981)
Garjanam – Malayalam (1981)
Garjane – Kannada (1981)
Netrikkan – Tamil (1981)
Ranuva Veeran – Tamil (1981)
Idhe Naa Savaal – Telugu (1981)
Pokkiri Raja – Tamil (1982)
Thanikattu Raja – Tamil (1982)
Ranga – Tamil (1982)
Puthukavithai – Tamil (1982)
Nandri, Meendum Varuga – Tamil (1982)
Enkeyo Ketta Kural – Tamil (1982)
Moondru Mugam – Tamil (1982)
Agni Sakshi – Tamil (1982)
Paayum Puli – Tamil (1983)
Uruvangal Maralam – Tamil (1983)
Thudikkum Karangal – Tamil (1983)
Andha Kanoon – Hindi (1983)
Thai Veedu – Tamil (1983)
Sivappu Sooriyan – Tamil (1983)
Jeet Hamaari – Hindi (1983)
Adutha Varisu – Tamil (1983)
Thanga Magan – Tamil (1983)
Meri Adaalat – Hindi (1984)
Naan Mahan Alla – Tamil (1984)
Thambikku Entha Ooru – Tamil (1984)
Kai Kodukkum Kai – Tamil (1984)
Ethe Naasaval – Tamil (1984)
Anbulla Rajinikanth – Tamil (1984)
Gangvaa – Hindi (1984)
Nallavanukku Nallavan – Tamil (1984)
John Jani Janardhan – Hindi (1984)
Nyayam Meere Cheppali – Telugu (1985)
Naan Sigappu Manithan – Tamil (1985)
Mahaguru – Hindi (1985)
Un Kannil Neer Vazhindal – Tamil (1985)
Wafadaar – Hindi (1985)
Sri Raghavendrar – Tamil (1985)
Sri Mantralaya Raghavendra Swamy Mahatyam – Telugu (1985)
Geraftaar – Hindi (1985)
Yaar – Tamil (1985)
Bewafai – Hindi (1985)
Padikkadavan – Tamil (1985)

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