Kabali means Lord Shiva
We Indians are a big fan of Bollywood and other different regional cinema stars that sometimes, many worship them as a God and commemorate them by building up a temple or die to do weird things for their affection and create the world according to their standard of living and lifestyle which they show in their cinema.
What else can be a good example of our affection keeping population, that loves their celebrity stars and listen to their say and take it seriously, the biggest example is the successful campaign of ‘Polio’ in India? With Amitabh Bachchan telling you to bring your child to the polio booth, who among us can dare not to listen to him?
After great results India has achieved through the idea of celebrity endorsement, not many except the BJP and our newly appointed Lt. Governor of Puducherry, Dr Kiran Bedi has understood this scheme in a well and great manner. Well, anything is appreciated till the time the visions and the results achieved through them are good and developmental.
A great step has been taken here in Puducherry, which is one of our union territory from French East India company colony. The government of Puducherry has come up with a unique scheme. It is educating residents of Sellipet panchayat, about the importance of building toilets in their house. The government will encash the popularity of south superstar Rajinikanth, by offering free tickets to Rajinikanth’s most-awaited film ‘Kabali’, for building toilets in their house.
This scheme of the government was because of a survey by the district rural development agency. According to the survey, out of the 772 house in the Sellipet village, 447 houses do not have toilets. The government has announced this scheme, soon after the request of Lt Governor Kiran Bedi to Rajinikanth to come on board as the Brand Ambassador of the Swachh Bharat scheme in Puducherry.
The film directed by, Pa Ranjith, starring Radhika Apte opposite Rajinikanth, will release on July 22 in theatres in over 3000 screens worldwide.