This Article is From Aug 19, 2016

Dhoni Strikes Rajinikanths Kabali Pose. How Did He Do?

Dhoni Strikes Rajinikanths Kabali Pose. How Did He Do?

A still from Kabali


  • Kabali is the highest grossing Tamil film
  • The film was shot in Malaysia
  • The Malay version has an alternate ending
Chennai: India's limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, in his latest photograph on Instagram, attempted to copy the pose of superstar Rajinikanth from his latest Tamil film Kabali.

Sharing the image on the photo-sharing website, Dhoni wrote: "Tried copying the pose of the one and only Thalaivar."

Only the gun missing

A photo posted by Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoniofficial) on

Dhoni, also calls himself a true-blue Rajinikanth fan.

The photograph has Dhoni imitating a pose from a Kabali poster where Rajinikanth can be seen overlooking the Malaysia city skyline with legs crossed and hand resting on the side.

Produced by Kalaipuli S Thanu, Kabali has been directed by Pa Ranjith.

Kabali, which minted around Rs 250 crore worldwide has been Directed by Pa Ranjith.

The film narrates the story of a gangster's shot at redemption and how he fights for equal pay rights for Tamils in Malaysia.

The Tamil film has been dubbed in other languages like Hindi, Telugu and Malay.

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