Aishwarya Dhanush says Rajini is Well

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Aishwarya Dhanush Press Meet
Aishwarya Dhanush Press Meet

Superstar Rajinikanth’s second hospitalisation within a week time, has pushed the panic button among millions of his fans across the globe. The press and fans gathered outside the St Isabel’s Hospital in Chennai ever since Rajni was admitted. To their respite, Rajni’s oldest daughter Aishwarya Dhanush, addressed the press at the hospital premises on Thursday morning. There she issued a clarification about her dad’s health.

She told the media that Rajini is doing good and he has suffered from allergic bronchitis. She also said that the doctors advise him complete rest for the next several days. She appealed to all fans to maintain calm as their Thalaivar is not in any danger.

“After conducting various tests, doctors said dad was suffering from viral fever and he was asked to take rest for a few days and not exert himself. In order to avoid the countless fans and scores of visitors thronging home, he has decided to take rest at the hospital so that he will not be disturbed. He requests his fans not to panic about his health and assures them that he will be fine in a week’s time. His fans and well-wishers can pray from wherever they are, for his speedy recovery.”

Rajinikanth’s fans are praying for his recovery. They are worried that Rajinikanth has been falling sick more often these days. “I pray to God that he recovers soon. He is hardworking, but Rajini should understand he is getting older and take care of his health,” said Arumugham, a fan in Tambaram.

“Our leader has always been known for his energy and enthusiasm. We are concerned that he has been advised bed rest by doctors,” says Ramadas, an office-bearer of Rajinikanth fan club in Chennai. The fan club has advised Rajinikanth fans to perform pujas in private and not in public, he said.

A hospital source revealed that they have restricted the Superstar’s visitors, including VVIPs.

27 COMMENTS

  1. only man who was given ‘sir’ title was C.V.Raman., ippo evana paathalum sir… bus conductorum sir dhan., thu

  2. Vera enna ellathyum pola namba ithyum wrong’a kathukittom illa changing meanings and usage kuda progress pannama irkom; Prab-Nayan affair’a object pannikaruthu maathri.

    Sir was used in formal instances; that is changing; if you know the name then you do away with sir; instead using Mr ,,,, is fine. Using Sir is used out of respect is subtle; after maintaining Mr … in a conversation you would use Sir at the start or end and especially the big man has amazed you but the big man is unlikely to be an actor; it s likely to be an ambassador or academic or a reputed politician or a social worker. Now elders don’t like to be called Sir so that custom is almost gone.

    So ‘Get well Rajnik’ or ‘Get well Mr Rajnikant’ should be fine. Yes; Sir is a alittle too much for him.

  3. Vera enna ellathyum pola namba ithyum wrong’a kathukittom illa changing meanings and usage kuda progress pannama irkom; Prab-Nayan affair’a object pannikaruthu maathri.  
     
    Sir was used in formal instances; that is changing; if you know the name then you do away with sir; instead using Mr ,,,, is fine. Using Sir is out of respect is subtle; after maintaining Mr … in a conversation you would use Sir at the start or end and especially the big man has amazed you but the big man is unlikely to be an actor; it s likely to be an ambassador or academic or a reputed politician or a social worker. Now elders don’t like to be called Sir so that custom is almost gone.  
     
    So ‘Get well Rajnik’ or ‘Get well Mr Rajnikant’ should be fine. Yes; Sir is a alittle too much for him.

  4. Vera enna ellathyum pola namba ithyum wrong’a kathukittom illa changing meanings and usage kuda progress pannama irkom; Prab-Nayan affair’a object pannikaruthu maathri.    
       
    Sir was used in formal instances; that is changing; if you know the name then you do away with sir; instead using Mr ,,,, is fine. Using Sir is out of respect is subtle; after maintaining Mr … in a conversation you would use Sir at the end and especially if the big man has amazed you but the big man is unlikely to be an actor; it s likely to be an ambassador or academic or a reputed politician or a social worker. Now elders don’t like to be called Sir so that custom is almost gone.    
       
    So ‘Get well Rajnik’ or ‘Get well Mr Rajnikant’ should be fine. Yes; Sir is a alittle too much for him.

  5. sanniyan sudithar is different to nighty. nighty you wear at nite yh n sudithar u wear at daytime. if you are still confused, ask your mum she will tell u :p

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