With just 10 days to go for the release of the Superstar’s 2.0 directed by Shankar, Rajinikanth has come out with a statement to curb one of the long-standing issues in Tamil cinema, in fact in all our film industry.
For many years now, sales of tickets for higher rates in the black market is something that has been witnessed by film-goers. Prior to the release of his next, Rajini has condemned this type of mindset.
VM Sudhakar of the All India Rajinikanth Fans Club had informed, Rajinikanth has said that the tickets that have been purchased for the fan club should not be sold to anyone outside the club, without a membership.
He further added, that not a penny over the actual rate of the ticket fixed by the government, should be taken from the fans. This comes after many tickets are being sold in black at exorbitant rates for big-star films as written in the behindwoods.