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My daddy the strongest: Rajinikanth's daughters wish their 'Appa' on birthday with special posts

The actor's eldest daughter vowed to follow him forever.

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Updated: Dec 12, 2019, 05.13 PM IST
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Rajinikanth's younger daughter Soundarya shared a family picture as well on his 69th birthday.
Rajinikanth's younger daughter Soundarya shared a family picture as well on his 69th birthday.
Actor-politician Rajinikanth is ringing in his 69th birthday today and his fans and friends from the film fraternity can't keep calm. On the actor's special day, birthday greetings poured in on social media from actors and directors, as well as politicians. However, the most-special messages came from the 'Robot' actor's daughters Aishwarya and Soundarya.

On Instagram, the daughter duo shared pictures with their father. While Soundarya, the younger one, created an album of special moments with her megastar father, Aishawarya's post zeroed on a single picture.

Aishwarya, who is married to actor-singer Dhanush, vowed to follow her 'Appa' forever. She wrote, "Will follow forever ... just to see that smile .. happy birthday Appa!"


Soundarya, who exchanged vows with actor Vishagan Vanangamudi earlier this year in February, shared a series of pictures while wishing her father on his birthday. "Happy birthday my life, my father... My everything," she wrote.


Dhanush, who rose to fame with the song 'Kolaveri' in 2012, also tweeted a birthday greet for Thalaiva.


Rajnikanth's followers from the film industry also posted birthday greetings on Twitter. Actor-politician Kamal Haasan, actor Mahesh Babu, actress Kajal Aggarwal and Raveena Tandon took to the micro-blogging platform to express admiration for the legend.








On the work front, Rajnikanth will be seen next in AR Murugadoss's film 'Darbar'.

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‘Kaala’, Rajinikanth’s latest venture with Pa. Ranjith released today admist controversies, and fanfare - that is common when it comes to the superstar's films. Produced by Dhanush, the film also stars Nana patekar, Huma Qureshi, and tells the story of a Mumbai slumlord. Set in Dharavi, Rajini as Karikaalan fights politicians for the rights of oppressed Tamils in maximum city. But this isn't the first time that the superstar has decided to do a film with political undertones and the good-over-evil message. Here are some others:
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