Bangalore: In a letter to Rajnikanth, his auditor R Seetharaman has observed that the storyline of Sivaji is old, but Rajniâs acting prowess and his stylish mannerisms have made the movie a runaway hit.
In the letter, a copy of which is with MiD DAY, Seetharaman says, âThe tale is stale, but the acting is fresh and invigorating.â The letter was written on June 16, a day after Sivaji was released.
Rajnikanth has won high praise from his auditor for his stylish clothes and youthful looks in the film.
âThough the release of the film was delayed, your style is very contemporary. You have already earned a name for yourself in the world of cinema. With Sivaji, you have won over youngsters with your cool style,â he wrote.
Confident that Sivaji would be a money spinner, he wrote, âEveryone associated with the film will make a lot of money. There may be a limit to your remuneration, but there is no limit to the name and fame you will earn.â
Seetharaman has also written to Rajnikanthâs elder brother Satyanarayana Rao Gaekwad, praising Rajni for not letting fame change him.
âI remember the first time Rajni entered my office. He is still the same person â" down to earth and very humane,â said Seetharaman in the letter.
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