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Superstar Rajinikanth complimets Radhika Apte on the first day of ‘Kabali’s shoot

Radhika Apte, who is in Goa for her upcoming movie shooting , was nervous about shooting opposite Rajinikanth.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
December 8, 2015 5:58:16 pm
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Superstar Rajinikanth has begun shooting for ‘Kabali’ along with actress Radhika Apte and the veteran actor was so impressed by the her acting on the first day of shoot itself that he went on to compliment her.

Radhika, who is currently shooting for the film in Goa, was nervous about shooting opposite the veteran actor, but was made comfortable by him later as he helped her with her lines and cracked few jokes.

Rajinikanth will be seen playing the role of a mob boss.

One film old in the Tamil film industry, Radhika didn’t want to take any re-takes so learnt her dialogues by heart and gave perfect shots, which impressed Rajinikanth.

Radhika said, “I feel it’s a great opportunity to be able to work with Rajni sir. He is the most humble and simple human being I have come across. I feel lucky to share screen space with him so early on in my career.”

To be shot in Chennai, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Bangkok, ‘Kabali’ will simultaneously release in Telugu as ‘Mahadeva’.

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