Soundarya Rajinikanth Posted A Picture Comparing Her Father & Son !! Fans Got Angry !!

Soundarya Rajinikanth is a graphic designer by profession who also did movie producing and filmmaking. She primarily works in the Tamil film industry. She is very well known among people of Tamilnadu as daughter of Superstar Rajinikanth.

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Earlier today, a picture she posted went viral in social media. Ved is Soundarya’s son from her first husband R Ashwin. Soundarya married actor businessman Vishagan Vanangamudi in February this year. Soundarya is raising Ved with Vishagan and she frequently posts updates from her life on Instagram. In her recent tweet post, Rajinikanth’s grandson Ved, son of the actor’s younger daughter Soundarya, struck a pose like his grandfather and he nailed it in Soundarya’s opinion.

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Soundarya wrote, “Well … like that like grandson !!! #RajinikanthLineage #VedNailsThathaPose #ProudMother (sic)” The post is going unbelievably viral among the social media users who are very much happy on seeing it.

Check out her post here :

However the caption Soundarya added slightly disappointed some of the ardent rajinikanth fans who expressed their emotion through their  comments. Many of them didn’t like their idol, Rajinikanth being called as “Thatha”. Some even suggested her to mention Rajinikanth as “THALAIVAR”.

Check out some of their reactions here :

Soundarya Rajinikanth is keeping herself busy with the pre-production work of her upcoming web series Ponniyin Selvan for Zee. Rajinikanth was last seen in Petta and he is currently filming Darbar with filmmaker AR Murugadoss. In Darbar, Rajinikanth will play the role of a police officer 25 years after he played a cop in 1992 film Pandian. The film is produced by Lyca Productions and is scheduled to release in January 2020.

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What do you think on these comments from Rajinikanth’s fans ?? Comment your views below !!

 

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