Rajini Gets Harsh with His Fan Clubs


With Rajini’s most awaited highly budgeted film 2.0 is around the corner and the Super Star is making some headlines with his warning to his own fan clubs. The actor cum politician seems to be fed up with the black market that has been the sibling of the cinema for years.

Especially, when it is the Super Star’s film release, the black sheep in the name of Fan clubs have been making some good money by selling the tickets to shockingly higher prices. Now the hero releases a letter that warns the Fan Clubs not to sell tickets in black and stick to the prices that the government has fixed per ticket.

While the makers are hanging on to reasonable prices to attract as much audience as they can, it is obviously unfair for the black market guys to earn more than the originals. On the other hand, the Tamil rockers who have become a pain in the wrong place to the cinema people have challenged again that they would release the pirated version of 2.0 just on the release day as if the film has suffered enough troubles. Whatever they do pirates and the Black market guys are finding their way. There is no way Rajini’s warning is going to work.

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