Rajinikanth’s Heartfelt Bus Depot Reunion

Superstar Rajinikanth was pleasantly surprised by visiting the bus depot where he began as a conductor. Nostalgic moments and interactions with BMTC staff marked the heartwarming visit.

Rajinikanth’s Heartfelt Reunion at Former Bus Depot: Nostalgic Visit to BMTC Stand, Touching Moments with Staff

Superstar Rajinikanth surprised many with a nostalgic visit to the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) bus stand, where he once worked as a bus conductor. The 72-year-old actor spent a brief but heartwarming time connecting with thrilled BMTC drivers, conductors, and staff at Jayanagar. 

Rajinikanth, previously Shivaji Rao Gaikwad, had commenced his journey as a bus conductor in the city before Tamil film legend K Balachander discovered him. Balachander gave him his big break in the successful film Aboorva Ragangal in 1975, a movie that also featured Kamal Haasan among others. Upon his appearance, the Traffic Transit Management Center (TTMC) staff warmly greeted Rajinikanth and engaged with him. They conversed, clicked selfies, and shared the moment. 

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Rajinikanth’s Nostalgic Bengaluru Visit

The actor also visited Raghavendra Swami Math, having portrayed the titular role in ‘Sri Raghavendrar,’ a biographical film about the saint-poet of Madhva Sampradaya. Sources revealed Rajinikanth’s formative years were spent in Bengaluru until he moved to Chennai at 22 to pursue his film career. Before that, he worked as a conductor for the former Bangalore Transport Services (BTS), now known as BMTC. After an almost two-year hiatus, Rajinikanth made his silver screen return with the film ‘Jailer,’ directed by Nelson Dilipkumar, which has been reported as a box office hit.

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