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Rajinikanth The Definitive Biography As correctly said by Mani Ratnamabout the phenomenon of Rajnikanth “That’s its just magic” Rajnikanth is an amazing actor and a humble human being A week back I watch Rajnikanth's movie “Darbar” in theatre and still in 2020 the audience screams and whistles at the larger than life entry I had goosebumps when he was about to appear for the first time in the screen and I didn’t stop myself from screaming and cheering either I don’t think I have ever done this for any other actor Rajni has this magic in him that makes the audience go berserk and makes his fall in love with him I always tell my friends that if they want to see what Rajnikanth is they have to watch his film in the theatre it’s an experience that one can’t miss The atmosphere and the energy in the theatre is something else and one has to be there to feel it My favorite film of Rajni sir is the movie “Thalapathi” and I fell in love with the actor in the movie “Geraftaar” I believe that it had one of the stylish and epic death scene I had ever seen in Indian movies This is book is a complete filmography of Thalaiva and his journey from a bus conductor to a demigod of India good book A Must Read This one's a Racy Read an incredibly well written book comprehensive and original analysis that provides a wealth of information at a rapid pace without ever getting boring A page turner which I was unable to put down from the get go I loved it so much that I ended up buying additional copies to gift my friends Must have for your bookshelf 'When I will come or how nobody knows but I will arrive when I ought to' MUTHU 1995 Rajinikanth is uite simply the biggest superstar cinema crazy India has ever seen His stylized dialogues and screen mannerisms are legion and his guy next door cum superhero image has found a hysterically appreciative following among millions of moviegoers Naman Ramachandran's marvellous biography recounts Rajini's career in meticulous detail tracing his incredible cinematic journey from his very first film Apoorva Raagangal in 1975 to memorable forays into Bollywood like Andha Kanoon and Hum from landmark films like Billa Thalapathi and Annamalai to the mega successes of Baashha Muthu Padayappa Chandramukhi Sivaji and Enthiran Along the way the book provides rare insights into the Thalaivar's personal life from his childhood days to his times of struggle when he was still Shivaji Rao Gaekwad and then his eventual stardom revealing how a legend was born Rajinikanth has not written his memoirs; this book is the closest we are likely to get to the definitive Rajini story Expected a lot from the bookTurns out to be a hotchpotch of Wikipedia styled movie plotsuotes from oft uoted popular speeches and eulogies from directors and actresses who have worked with him This cannot ualify as Definitive biography at all Maybethe author thought that anything with Rajinikanth in it will work big timeSadlysuch magic is restricted to the silver screenWe are still waiting for the definitive biography of RajinikanthMaybeBaradwaj Rangan can do justice Expected from the book Turned out that it measures his story from the chronological list of his movies More of a filmography with personal attributes thrown in Nevertheless a good description of the lesser known facts about the superstar and the Tamil film industry Not so much of a Biography Rarely reveals anything the hardcore fans haven't heard about But give a lot of insight into how movie 'stories' have been historically 're adapted' into Tamil from various culturescountrieslanguages Decent book A hardcore thalaivar fan will know most of the facts Was looking for some dope about thalaivar Well written well researched and objective Good read A vague look into the man who has become a national phenomenon I was expecting from this book Helped me become a fan of the phenomenonTill I read this book Rajini was just a trend one I viewed with some bemusement The book helped to contextualize the man his body of work and the reasons for his mass appeal not just in South India or all the countries where South Indians are present but also in markets such as Japan The book is extremely well researched and does not suffer for the lack of personal reminiscences from the Superstar It provides an interesting insight into the man as well as the cult phenomenon that he has become The book has helped me become a fan I am now curious to see his entire body of work especially the earlier movies which have excellent hard hitting stories Most of those were directed by K Balanchander so maybe its time for a book on him as wellAll in all a great read and well worth the cover price since its brought me a new lease of life for Tamil Films as a genre and Rajini as a specific segment within that genre Looking forward to his next release