Ra­jinikanth and Dhanush are more than stars: An­jali Patil says

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Shreya Mukher­jee

Ac­tor An­jali Patil (right) feels lucky to have been able to col­lab­o­rate with Tamil su­per­star Ra­jinikanth and his son-in-law Dhanush for two films. She feels that both the ac­tors are com­pas­sion­ate and sin­cere. While An­jali is cur­rently shoot­ing for Kaala with the se­nior ac­tor, she has fin­ished Anand L Rai’s Nimmo, which stars Dhanush.

“He ( Ra­jinikanth) is a sup­port­ive co- star who never fails to praise his co- stars, when they per­form well. Also, he is some­one who makes sure that they feel com­fort­able work­ing with him,” says An­jali, who will make her de­but in Tamil cinema with in Pa. Ran­jith’s Kaala.

Shar­ing the ex­pe­ri­ence of shoot­ing with Ra­jnikanth, the Find­ing Fanny (2014) ac­tor adds, “In my head, I was like I must get ev­ery­thing right when shoot­ing with him. But I for­got my lines when I had to shoot with him for the first time. So he came up to me, smiled and ex­plained that we all for­get lines. That re­ally helped.” She feels that Dhanush is quite sim­i­lar to Ra­jinikanth. “Dhanush also has this sin­cer­ity and love for the art (act­ing). Both of them are more than just stars,” she adds.

Ke­sha in­tro­duced a per­for­mance by Logic, Khalid, and Alessia Cara (L-R) Di­nah Jane, Nor­mani Kordei, Lauren Jau­regui and Ally Brooke of Fifth Har­mony dur­ing their pow­er­ful per­for­mance

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