Rajini unhappy with Deepikas non-ethnic looks for Rana

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Rajinikanth
Rajinikanth

Of late, Superstar Rajinikanth has been spotted at public events with a majestic moustache that has added to his ‘looks’ for sure! Rajini’s moustache has been especially grown for one of his triple roles in his upcoming film ‘Rana’ which is to be directed by K.S. Ravikumar.  It’s very well known that Rajini and Ravikumar have together delivered colossal hits such as ‘Muthu’ and ‘Padaiyappa’ in the past.

The script of the film, which is said to be occurring in the 17th century, necessitates erection of huge and grand sets for which work is presently going in in the AVM studios. The story is reportedly based on a one-liner narrated by Rajini to Ravikumar. Both are busy preparing the script, it is learnt. Major portions of the fillm would be shot in England and various countries in the Europe, it is reported. ‘Rana’ would be simultaneously shot in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, it is informed.

Bollywood’s Deepika Padukone has so far been confirmed as Rajini’s heroines in the film, which is likely to feature six other heroines in significant roles. Deepika has already started brushing up her martial art skills including sword-fighting and is also reportedly learning bharatanatyam (the classical dance form) and Sanskrit, the mother of all languages in the world.

The photo-shoot involving Rajini and Deepika was held very secretly in Chennai a fortnight back. Rajini, though, is said to be somewhat ‘dissatisfied’ after seeing the photographs as he felt that the ‘ethnic’ look was badly missing in Deepika’s make-up. He is said to have insisted on the make-up artistes to bring the ‘ethnic’ look in Deepika’s outfits and facial appearance to suit her role in the film.

 

39 COMMENTS

  1. Niruthu!

    Rajink meesa majestic’a? Poi. Mela Paaru. Rajnik sahikala; sotta mandaya display pannarthila enna sogam?

    Mathathu Sanskrit mother of all languages’a? My foot. Thamil is original to the hilt.

  2. Even though I am a tamilan, just curious, on what basis you are saying tamil is older than Sanskrit? have you read any research papers on this? If so, please forward me the link, i am interested in these research papers.

  3. excuse me editor, who are you to write sanskrit as mother of all languages and if you believe indo aryan invasions keep it with you.. you cant simply something like dis. and do u think you can simply write since you held this poor edior post. all you could do is writing with lot of spelling mistakes and wrong data. 
    final thought : write sensibly. 

  4. @Tamilan

    My belief is a product of some reading, observations and reflection. First Sanskrit is a refined but artificial language put up to stand on par with Persian, Latin, Greek….and so forth. It is not ordinary people’s language; it didn’t evolve naturally. Sanskrit may be a good piece of work but it is no mother of any.

    Thamil is a freely evolved language. Even when the Great North Indian Emperors had power they just could not penetrate sufficiently into Thamilnaadu and Kerala. When Bhuddism was sweeping the region only Thamilnaadu stood against it except for late Cholas from 6th century onwards who were not very passionate about Thamil purity. Yes as we oppose Hindi up to this day as we were opposed to copying others(I am not saying it is right) in the past too. It is in our blood mate. We are originals mate. In one way we can be proud of it but it is not a smart to be inflexible. Thamil was least influenced by Sanskrit and definitely Thamil although has not been well documented is a peer of Sanskrit, Persian, Latin, Greek… and so forth.

  5. de gontha (poeticjustice)..onnum therla na pundaya saathu..they r discussing something which u and me dont understand…so get the hell out of here assshole………………

  6. why don’t you show research papers to prove sanskirit is older than tamil (you m** f***rs always act like smart panties when you are not)

  7. How come sanskrit is mother of all languages?????? When many of indian languages itself are not from sanskrit, then how come it suddenly became mother of all languages in the world, Very Funny !!!!

  8. Epdi than manasaatchiye ilaama sanskrit is mother of all languages in the world nu soneengalo??? Mudiala ….. 😀

  9. Firstly one caan use an ethinic girl to get on ehinic look, how long one has to wait to see tamizh heroins?? secondly tamizh cant be younger than sanskrit, and to the people who want papers abt it, you’ll defenitely not find it in “kolly”talk, we people have the internet, do some proper literature research, no one will do it for you. lastly i have one request, please dont type Tamizh in roman script and vice versa, its just a request for the obivious reasons. thanks.

  10. Tamil language has proof of grammer and speech proof to prove that it is older than stupid sanscript language… The autour should learn before write something here..

  11. Yes Sanskrit is Mother of all Indian languages atleast..

    Hindi is partially from the Sanskrit, Nepali,Bengali, Marathi,Assameese,Konkani. and even Malayalam ,Telugu, kannada use Sanskrit.

  12. No.

    Sanskrit is the language of Hinduism like Arabic for Islam, Paali for Bhuddism, Latin for Christianity and Hebrew for Judaism but unlike the other four Sanskrit was never spoken by ordinary folk. Since Hinduism spread and held all over India Sanskrit has got into every Indian language including Thamil just like English has got into Tamil because of English rule. Thamil existed before Sanskrit formed.

    Do you know something? Not just Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra but states like Orissa and Bengal and countries like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are seriously related to Thamil or Thiravidar; just see their preference for lungi, saree and rice and the similarity of looks. Thiravidar like Telugu people have some complex; they don’t like to concede Thamil superiority so they say Sanskrit is the mother. Stupid; like a seperate identity for Malayalam didn’t exist 1000 years ago Telugu wouldn’t have existed during Ancient Cholas and Chera’s times.  

  13. Vasin, u accepted none of the other language guys accept Tamil as their root, instead they prefer calling Sanskrit as the mother to their language..

    @ Bebo… what did u ask .. n wht did i say.. olarakudathungraa..

  14. Sanskrit, the mother of all languages in the world…!? Need to give some award for the writer of this article, for inventing something new  😛

  15. Dey Bebo,

    Don’t you have any job other than criticising others…

    Try to respect others…What the hell do you think you are?…

    I have been watching you for a long time…

    Initially you were fighting some guy called Naidu….and without sense you blamed the editor…

    If you don’t have any manners just keep your mouth shut…Don’t behave like a genius.. you fool…

  16. it is not Sanscript but Sanskrit.. pls spell properly. by d way no one is rite & no one is wrong… if it is said tht Tamil is the oldest then y doesnt it have ‘Tamil Numbers’? other languages have their own isnt it? think of it…

  17. No one claims Thamil is the oldest.

    However it is at least as old as Sanskrit. Spoken Sanskrit (not by ordinary people but by poets like) is believed to be developed between 2500 and 3500 years. Surely Thamil Kingdoms were active in this era. Spoken Thamil is not younger than spoken Sanskrit.

    However Written Sanskrit could have developed before Written Thamil. That is why details of Mauryan empire are available but there are not many records on early Thamil Kings like Karikala Cholan. However there are 2 other explanations to support who maintain Written Thamil too is very old. First although some scholars say Thamil like Sanskrit could have drew its base from Prakrit it is not acceptable because as they say Thamil scripts were adjusted to write on palm leaves; that is not correct. Writing was not invented for peasants but for Kings who would build a wall to inscript. Secondly Thamilar don’t look after things they built. That is why we have lost many evidences while in West they carefully maintain ancient works.

  18. No one claims Thamil is the oldest.  
     
    However it is at least as old as Sanskrit. Spoken Sanskrit (not by ordinary people but by poets like) is believed to be developed between 2500 and 3500 years. Surely Thamil Kingdoms were active in this era. Spoken Thamil is not younger than spoken Sanskrit.  
     
    However Written Sanskrit could have developed before Written Thamil. That is why details of Mauryan empire are available but there are not many records on early Thamil Kings like Karikala Cholan. However there are 2 other explanations to support who maintain Written Thamil too is very old. First although some scholars say Thamil like Sanskrit could have drawn its base from Prakrit it is not acceptable because as they say Thamil scripts were adjusted to write on palm leaves; that is not correct. Writing was not invented for peasants but for Kings who would build a wall to inscript. Secondly Thamilar don’t look after things they built. That is why we have lost many evidences while in West they carefully maintain ancient works

  19. No one claims Thamil is the oldest.  
     
    However it is at least as old as Sanskrit. Spoken Sanskrit (not by ordinary people but by poets like) is believed to be developed between 2500 and 3500 years. Surely Thamil Kingdoms were active in this era. Spoken Thamil is not younger than spoken Sanskrit.  
     
    However Written Sanskrit could have developed before Written Thamil. That is why details of Mauryan empire are available but there are not many records on early Thamil Kings like Karikala Cholan. However there are 2 other explanations to support who maintain Written Thamil too is very old. First although some scholars say Thamil like Sanskrit could have drawn its base from Prakrit it is not acceptable because they say Thamil scripts were adjusted to write on palm leaves; that is not correct. Writing was not invented for peasants but for Kings who would build a wall to inscript. Secondly Thamilar don’t look after things they built. That is why we have lost many evidences while in West they carefully maintain ancient works

  20. No one claims Thamil is the oldest.  
     
    However it is at least as old as Sanskrit. Spoken Sanskrit (not by ordinary people but by poets like) is believed to be developed between 2500 and 3500 years. Surely Thamil Kingdoms were active in this era. Spoken Thamil is not younger than spoken Sanskrit.  
     
    However Written Sanskrit could have developed before Written Thamil. That is why details of Mauryan empire are available but there are not many records on early Thamil Kings like Karikala Cholan. However there are 2 other explanations to support who maintain Written Thamil too is very old. First although some scholars say Thamil like Sanskrit could have drawn its base from Prakrit it is not acceptable because they say Thamil scripts were adjusted to write on palm leaves; that is not correct. Writing was not invented for peasants but for Kings who would build walls to write. Secondly Thamilar don’t look after things they built. That is why we have lost many evidences while in West they carefully maintain ancient works

  21. No one claims Thamil is the oldest.    
       
    However it is at least as old as Sanskrit. Spoken Sanskrit (not by ordinary people but by poets like) is believed to be developed between 2500 and 3500 years. Surely Thamil Kingdoms were active in this era. Spoken Thamil is not younger than spoken Sanskrit.    
       
    However Written Sanskrit could have developed before Written Thamil. That is why details of Mauryan empire are available but there are not many records on early Thamil Kings like Karikala Cholan. However there are 2 other explanations to support who maintain Written Thamil too is very old. First although some scholars say Thamil like Sanskrit could have drawn its base from Brahmi it is not acceptable because they say Thamil scripts were adjusted to write on palm leaves; that is not correct. Writing was not invented for peasants but for Kings who would build walls to write. Secondly Thamilar don’t look after things they built. That is why we have lost many evidences while in West they carefully maintain ancient works

  22. really funny to those critics regarding this..u people see urself in mirror b4 talk…just give stupid comments and talk bad abt others….rajini is proven and good human…try to match him n not talk bad abt him…

  23. hey yes man…tats true…Sanskrit is the base for any language…Almost every language(excepting few) has been developed from sankrit…

  24. Thu..

    Unna yaar follow panraanga…Unna madhiri Cheap persona ninaitcha erichala irukku,,,

    Indha site kurai sollittu…Vetkamey illama comment adikka vandhirukkara…

    If I were an admin I would have banned you permanently..

  25. lol who told u tamilhas no numbers, isorry i cant help it but laugh. btw tamil has by far has the highest range betwwen numbers from lowest fraction to numbers largest of them. plese ask google before you assume something

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