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Dhanush: Legends Amitabh Bachchan and Rajinikanth can’t be compared

"You don't compare between legends," said Dhanush when asked to compare Amitabh Bachchan with Rajinikanth.

Written by Sonal Gera , Edited by Sarika Sharma | New Delhi |
Updated: February 3, 2015 11:08:10 am
dhanush, shamitabh, amitabh bachchan, rajinikanth ‘You don’t compare legends’ – Dhanush reiterated it in his own way when asked about whose voice is more powerful – Big B’s or Rajinikanth’s at the promotional event of his upcoming movie ‘Shamitabh’.

‘You don’t compare legends’ – is a famous saying and South superstar Dhanush reiterated it in his own way at the promotional event of his upcoming movie ‘Shamitabh‘ in New Delhi.

(Read: ‘I’ll strive to be Akshara Haasan,’ says ‘Shamitabh’ debutante Akshara)

Starring alongside megastar Amitabh Bachchan is not a mean feat and if you are Rajinikanth’s son-in-law, the pressure adds. So when asked about whose voice is more powerful – Big B’s or Rajinikanth’s, pat came the reply, “I see no reason why that question should come up. I mean to say, you don’t compare between legends. It’s unnecessary.”

While ‘Shamitabh’ releases on February 6, Dhanush’ Tamil movie ‘Anegan’ is all set to hit the theatres on February 13. When asked about the hectic schedules he might have to follow for the promotional duties, Dhanush said, “It’s very different you see. For the Tamil movie, there are just 5 to 6 interviews, while for this one, there are 526 interviews. ‘Shamitabh’ is ona much bigger scale. So for now, I am focusing on it only. After February 6, that is when the movie releases, I’d fly to promote my Tamil movie.”

Dhanush plays a mute actor in ‘Shamitabh’, while Amitabh Bachchan becomes his voice.

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