That superstar Rajnikanth’s charisma transcends linguistic barriers and physical borders of countries is a known fact. What’s unknown, though, is that a host of young actresses from the present generation of stars are dying to pair up with the ‘superstar of the country’ who recently turned 61.
Rajni’s latest film ‘Enthiran: The Robot’ turned out to be a block-buster movie, creating box-office in the country and abroad. This has apparently made Bollywood’s top actress, the 25-year old Deepika Padukone, sign up the superstar’s next film titled ‘Raana’ as one of his three heroines in the film. The film is likely to star two more heroines, who are yet to be finalized.
Sameera Reddy is the latest to jump onto the bandwagon of actresses declaring themselves ‘dying’ to be paired opposite Rajni. Sameera, who debuted in Tamil films with Gautham Menon’s ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’ three years ago, says that she’s a ‘die-hard’ fan of Rajni and that she would like to pair up opposite him in at least once in her career.
Sameera’s ‘Nadunisi Naaygal’, another Menon film, is releasing this Friday. In this film, Sameera is paired opposite Veera, a newcomer and an erstwhile assistant director of Meonon. Billed as a psycho-thriller, Sameera says that the film chronicles the life of a college student (played by herself) who makes many attempts to escape from a psycho-killer.
The frank-speaking Sameera admits that she had also fallen in love during her college days but couldn’t take it to its logical end due to anxiety, fear and feeling of shyness. Sameera would be shooting today (on Valentine’s Day) as she doesn’t have any running ‘affair’ with any hero or anyone else.
She says she loves Tamil fans as much as she loves her own pair of eyes. The taste of Tamil fans is very nice, she says and adds that she would love a long stint in Tamil films in the years to come.