Rajinikanth: Biography, Facts & Life Story

By the way, a good holiday day is seen to release any film in India. Or it is released at such a time when a festival is about to come so that more and more people can be brought to the theatre.

But the person I am going to talk about today, if his film is released on any day, then the holiday happens automatically, yes friends, I am talking about Rajinikanth, whom people do not consider only as an actor and superstar and have been given the status of God.

Even in South India, many temples have been built in the name of Rajinikanth where people worship him. I don’t think this kind of love is rarely given in this world, so friends, behind this amazing success, a huge struggle is also hidden.

Rajinikanth was born on 12 December 1950 in a middle-class Marathi family in Bangalore, Karnataka. As a child, his parents named him Shivaji Rao Gaekwad after the Maratha heroic king Chhatrapati Shivaji. Who was a police constable and his mother’s name was Jija Bai who was a housewife.

Rajinikanth is the youngest of four siblings. In 1956, after his father retired, his entire family moved to Hanumantha Nagar, Bangalore. Where his father had his own house and at the age of 6, Rajinikanth’s admission was at Gavipuram Government Kannada Model Primary School where he did his early studies.

Since childhood, he was very good in studies, as well as he had a lot of attachment to sports. Everyone in Rajinikanth’s family used to talk to each other in Marathi. That’s why Rajinikanth’s knowledge of Marathi was done at home.

Along with this, he also learned Kannada, the local language of Bangalore outside the house. When Rajinikanth was only 9 years old, his mother died, after that his brother sent him to a math run under Ramakrishna for studies, which was also known as Ramakrishna Math.

And there, along with education, Rajinikanth also got to know about Indian Sanskrit and Vedas. While living in Math, he also started participating in plays, and once he played the role of Eklavya’s friend in Mahabharata. His acting was well-liked by the people.

Along with this, famous poet T.R. Bendre also came here to see this play. He personally met Rajinikanth and praised his acting. Due to this Rajinikanth’s interesting acting started increasing even more. After class VIII, Rajinikanth was admitted to a school named Acharya Public Pathshala.

Where he studied Arya and at the same time he continued to participate in many plays. Due to this, his grief in the theater kept increasing and he thought of making a career in acting. But since his school, the economic condition of his family went from bad to worse.

And Rajinikanth also did many small jobs in Bangalore and Madras to help his family. In which the name of Carpenter and Coolie was also included, in the meanwhile the vacancy for a conductor came in Bangalore Transport Service and he qualified for it. And then he started working as a bus conductor so that the financial condition of his family became a little better.

Now he was a little separated from the world of theater but he did not give up acting. And then he was very famous as a passenger for different types of acting and city to die even while ticketing bass. Till now he was working as a bus conductor but it was completely different from his profession.

And meanwhile, Rajinikanth saw the advertisement of Madras Film Institute in a newspaper and she used to get a course done for acting in films. Rajinikanth talked about learning to act at home but his family did not support him because of a lack of money.

But one of his friends, Raj Bahadur, who worked with Rajinikanth, had seen his madness towards acting and for this reason, he helped Rajinikanth at Madras Film Institute for admission and then Rajinikanth left the conductor’s job.

And in the year 1973, he started learning acting and for some money, he used to go from place to place and do acting as well. And once during a play in the institute itself, famous director K. Bala Chandran caught sight of Rajni and was so impressed with her acting that he signed Rajinikanth for a Tamil film.

And at the same time he was suggested to learn Tamil, at the behest of K. Bala Chandran, Rajinikanth also learned Tamil language. Now he had become aware of Marathi, Tamil, and Kannada, and languages ​​and after this, in 1975, Rajinikanth started his film journey with K. Bala Chandran’s Tamil drama film “Apoorva Rangal”.

And after this, he played the role of a villain, though his role was not special, but it was enough that people started recognizing his acting. And on the basis of his acting, he got a role in another film “Katha Sangam” in the same year and since then Rajinikanth never looked back.

And due to his unique acting, he became a superstar of Tamil films and in the meantime, he met Latha Rang Chari who came to interview him for her college magazine. Rajinikanth gave his heart to Lata on seeing her and then got married on 26 February 1981 in Tirupati Andhra Pradesh and later they had two daughters.

Of these, the elder daughter’s name is Aishwarya Rajinikanth and the younger daughter’s name is Soundarya Rajinikanth after growing up, Aishwarya married well-known actor Dhanush and the younger daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth works as a director, and producer of Tamil films.

And after becoming a superstar in Tamil films, Rajinikanth ventured into Hindi films as well and did his first Hindi film with Amitabh Bachchan and the name was “Andha Kanoon”. After that, he did many films in the Tamil language as well as in the Hindi language. Friends, the biggest thing about Rajinikanth is that even today he is connected to the land despite being such a big superstar.

And he looks like a common man in real life outside the movies and he wears Dhuti Kurta in real life, unlike other successful people. And if any person comes to ask him for any help, he never returns him empty-handed.

So friends, Rajinikanth never let his success dominate him. Perhaps that’s why his fans not only love him but also worship him. I hope that friends must have liked this story of Rajinikanth, then you must share it with your friends.

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