With Pooja, Rajinikanth begins The Thalaivar 170 Shoot In His New Look


The seasoned actor Rajinikanth provided a sneak preview of his new appearance for his upcoming movie, Thalaivar 170 (working title). He started the filming on Wednesday in Trivandrum with a muhurat puja. Lyca Productions, the production company, posted images from the set that showed Rajinikanth’s new appearance.

In the picture, Rajinikanth was pictured with the film crew during the pooja. He chose a casual shirt and pair of trousers. His new hairdo was the focal point of his ensemble.

In a picture, he stood while posing beside Manju Warrier and Rakshan. Another one showed him doing the puja while lighting diyas. The post stated, “Today at Trivandrum, the #Thalaivar170 journey begins with an auspicious pooja ceremony.”

“Thalaivar in this look is amazing and different with the white beard and Black hairstyle,” a fan commented in response to the update. This will definitely be a banger. “This is Thalaivar’s first appearance alteration since Petta. Looking dashing,” a third person added. The following tweet was made: “Thalaivar looking young and handsome.”

The production company had revealed a poster for Thalaivar 170 earlier in the day, which starred Rajinikanth. It offered fans a glimpse of Rajinikanth in the movie, who looked dashing in an all-black ensemble. In the poster, he was dressed in a black suit, black shirt, and black sunglasses.

“Lights Camera Clap & ACTION,” said Lyca Productions in the caption while sharing the poster. The Thalaivar 170 cast and our Superstar @rajinikanth get the crew psyched up and ready to go! I hope you all had a good time at the Thalaivar feast. It’s time to take some action now! As the shoot goes on, we’ll have additional updates. After 32 years, Amitabh Bachchan and Rajinikanth reunite in the movie. Ritika Singh, Manju Warrier, Dushara Vijayan, Rana Daggubati, and Fahadh Faasil were also featured prominently, in addition to them. Fans will not be disappointed by Rakshan’s inclusion in the supporting cast.