CHENNAI -- After an eight year gap, 'Superstar' Rajinikanth will meet his fans for four days in Chennai next week starting from 15 May.
The actor will meet his die-hard fans in "batches", between 15 and 19 May, sources close to him said.
The 66-year-old Kabali star will not hold any discussions with the fans, but will only pose for photographs with them, the sources said.
He will interact with fans eight years since he last met them in 2009 after the release of his 2007 film Sivaji: The Boss.
Recalling the days, Sridhar, head of the Rajini Fans LIC Association reportedly told NDTV, "Every weekend it used to be like a mela for us as our Thalaivar had photo sessions with us. We look forward to this".
His fans have often asked their Thalaivar (leader) to take the political plunge, even as he has been wooed by many political parties on account of his mass appeal.
Invitations have been sent to respective fan clubs to attend the various sessions allotted to them between 15 and 19 May.
The 'Superstar' was slated to hold a similar meeting last month but had postponed it on a request made by them for individual photographs, for which more number of group interactions were required.
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