Rajinikanth's supporters on the march

Social media is buzzing with feeds supporting the superstar

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Shivani Chaturvedi | January 5, 2018 | Chennai


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Photo: Twitter/Rajinikanth
Photo: Twitter/Rajinikanth

With their Thalaivar announcing his political debut, fans have started their field work to support the superstar.

Sampath, an ardent fan and supporter of the megastar, has registered his entire family on Rajinikanth's website that he launched after making the announcement. A mobile app was also launched for the supoorters to register their names. Social media is abuzz with feeds of Rajinikanth's supporters.

Before starting any campaign Rajini wants to bring registered as well as unregistered fan clubs under one umbrella. There were 70,000 plus registered fan clubs till 1992 after which Rajini stopped registering fan clubs. At a recent fan meet Rajini said the unregistered fan clubs are one-and-a-half times more than the registered ones. "Rajinikanth’s entry into politics was long awaited. I am happy and excited because Rajini himself has said that he is planning to bring in a revolution in the way politics is managed in Tamil Nadu. There will be inclusive politics where people from all walks of life, may it be public, bureaucrats or politicians will be able to contribute," said Sampath. Whatever plans Rajini is going to bring to table it should benefit each and every citizen and not to a specific section, he added. Rajini is yet to announce his plans and manifesto but his fans are hoping that politics in the state is going to be health.

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