1. Kabali mania: 10 Rajinikanth artworks which pay tribute to Thalaiva

Kabali mania: 10 Rajinikanth artworks which pay tribute to Thalaiva

As Kabali fever grips the nation, several artists across India paid tribute to Rajinikanth through their art. Below is a collection of some of the best artistic tributes to a true superstar.

By: | Updated: July 22, 2016 5:45 PM
Rajinikanth's Kabali release in India is no less than a festival. Chennai, buzzed with activity with men plastering life-size posters, depicting Rajinikanth's character in the movie. Rajinikanth’s Kabali release in India is no less than a festival. Chennai, buzzed with activity with men plastering life-size posters, depicting Rajinikanth’s character in the movie.

Rajinikanth’s Kabali release in India is no less than a festival. Chennai, buzzed with activity with men plastering life-size posters, depicting Rajinikanth’s character in the movie. Fans also braved the harsh heat standing in lines outside theatres in last minute attempts to buy tickets for the movie. Not only this, many fans across India have given Thalaiva beautiful art tributes.

Not only India, Kabali has grabbed attention worldwide. Rajinikanth mania has gripped all of southern India and much of north India, not to mention Malaysia, South Africa and the US. Here are some of the jokes on the craze surrounding the film that are doing rounds on Twitter. As Kabali fever grips the nation, several artists across India paid tribute to Rajinikanth through their art. Below is a collection of some of the best artistic tributes to a true superstar.

1) Rubik’s Cube installation by Brain Studio

2) Sand Art by Hari Krishna

3) Toothbrush Art by Artist Harrsha

4) Pen Drawing by Anikartick Artist

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5)  Soap Sculpture by Biju Cg

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6) 3D Hair Tattoo by Cookiesmonster Cookies

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7) Street Art

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8) Chalk Carving by Sachin Sanghe

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9) Airbrushing by Tanado Tanaraj

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10) Salt Art by Xavier

Superstar Rajinikanth’s  Kabali released all over India today. And, what a sight it was! From cinemas opening at six in the morning even in Mumbai to screen the first show to crazy fans, both young and old alike, thronging the theatre dressed in their best to cheer for their favourite god. With multiplexes packing enough screens to beam Kabali and single screens already booked till Sunday, Rajinikanth looks all set to laugh his way to the bank.

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