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Rajinikanth will attend Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony: left for Delhi, said- people have raised a strong opposition, this is a good sign for democracy

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Narendra Modi is going to take oath as Prime Minister for the third time today. The swearing-in ceremony will be held at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi, where many big personalities from the country and abroad are going to attend. Thalaiva Rajinikanth is also going to reach Delhi to be a part of the ceremony. He congratulated Narendra Modi from Chennai airport and described the opposition as strong.

Said- these are healthy signs for democracy

Rajinikanth left for Delhi from Chennai on Sunday morning. At the Chennai airport, Rajinikanth was asked what he had to say on Narendra Modi taking oath as the Prime Minister for the third time after Jawaharlal Nehru. To this Rajinikanth said, 'This is a historic moment. I heartily congratulate Narendra Modi on becoming the Prime Minister for the third time'.

Rajinikanth further said that in this Lok Sabha election, the people have chosen a strong opposition against them, which is a healthy sign for democracy.

A few days ago, there was silence on the question of politics

Rajinikanth recently went on a spiritual journey. When he was asked questions related to elections and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Chennai airport, he flatly refused to answer. He was asked whether Narendra Modi would win this Lok Sabha election. To this he said, 'No comments, do not ask any questions related to politics'.

Rajinikanth's film Vettaiyan will release in October

Let us tell you that Rajinikanth will soon be seen in the film Vettaiyan. The shooting of this film has ended on 14 May. The shooting of the film started in January. 80 percent of the film was shot in February. In March, Rana Daggubati shot his part in Hyderabad. Amitabh Bachchan, Fahadh Fazil, Rana Daggubati will also be seen in this Tamil film along with Rajinikanth. The film will be released in October 2024.

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