A poster of national award winning actor Dhanush pasted by his fans on walls on eve of his birthday, has created a controversy. Superstar Rajinikanth had earlier announced that he will be launching a political party sooner, and he's been criticized for his delay in launching the party.
Instead of launching political party, superstar is continuously signing movies one after the other. On the other hand there's news of his political heir already getting formed. In such a situation, yesterday Dhanush's birthday was celebrated by his fans in a grand manner, by cutting cakes and pasting wall posters all over the state. In one such poster, Dhanush's photo was present in his Kodi character of a politician, and the caption future chief minister of Tamilnadu was written, arousing a huge controversy.
Even when Rajinikanth is yet to
enter politics, this move by Dhanush fans has become a huge issue, prompting
netizens to troll that while the father in law is yet to come, what's the son
in law gonna do.
MD, New VP of India Operations appointed by FB As per report Facebook on Monday announced it has appointed Ajit Mohan, former CEO of video streaming platform Hotstar, as Managing Director and Vice-President, Facebook India. Meanwhile set to join Facebook from early next year, Mohan will be responsible for driving Face book’s overall strategy and continued investment in India, reporting directly to the Menlo Park based headquarter and not Asia Pacific.
- Bengaluru to receive heavy rain this week
- Will Harish get more majority to KCR in the ensuing elections?
- TPCC Working President confident SB Congress winning in Telangana
- Mother of one of 7 convicts in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case met TN Governor
- Maoist killers identified!
- Telangana Governor follows new way in saving Fuel
- Case against Tamilisai soon!
- Hyderabad Metro Rail carries 85,000 Passengers daily
- Baba on moon? Truth or fake?
- Arputhammal gives petition to Governor!
- Rajinikanth to target November or December!
- TN targeted by Maoists?
- Gujarat based Pharma company Sterling Biotech involved in 5000 Crore Bank fraud
- DoT approached SC for Spectrum Dues
- Donald Trump has hit 12% of total US imports by 2018