Rajinikanth’s elder brother R Sathyanarayana Rao on Tuesday backed the Tamil celebrity’s decision to not launch his political occasion. The 77-year-old mentioned it’s his brother’s want and one can’t force him to change his thoughts.
Rao instructed PTI: “We too believed that (he would launch the party). He (Rajinikanth) has cited health reasons. So, we can’t force him. It’s his wish (not to launch party). Whatever decision he has taken, that’s definitely right.”
R Sathyanarayana Rao mentioned he spoke to Rajinikanth on Monday inquiring about his well being. Earlier this month, Rajinikanth paid a go to to his brother in Bengaluru, the place he grew up.
The 70-year-old had sought the blessings of his brother, who wished him good well being and lengthy life. Rao had recalled that Rajinikanth spent his childhood in Bengaluru, and lived within the citry until the age of 22 earlier than shifting to Chennai.
“He (Rajinikanth) has ‘gurukripa’ (grace of the guru). He (Rajinikanth) is a man of his word. He definitely does what he says. He always keeps his word,” he had mentioned.
Rajinikanth on Tuesday introduced that he’ll not begin the political occasion as introduced earlier, citing his frail well being.
Discharged from a Hyderabad hospital on Sunday after being handled for blood stress fluctuations, Rajinikanth expressed fears over these accompanying him in his attainable political journey going through “mental and economic” issues within the due course.