A look at Rajinikanth's 50 best posters.
Endhiran released worldwide on 1 October 2010.
Aishwarya, Rajinikanth in a poster from Robot.
Rajinikanth in Endhiran's poster.
In Moondru Mudichu, Rajinikanth played the role of a villain. The film was directed by K Balachander.
Annamalai, which released in 1992, was yet another friendship eccentric film and was loosely based on the 1987 Bollywood film Khudgarz.
Apoorva Raagangal marked the debut of Rajinikanth.
Rajinikanth’s Hindi film Khoon Ka Karz was dubbed into Tamil as Arasan.
Another poster from Rajinikanth’s Arasan.
Sivaji released in the summer of 2007 following two years of filming and production.
Superstar Rajnikanth, who turns 62 next month, has two special birthday gifts lined up for his special day. His birthday falls on December 12.
Firstly, the 3D version of his blockbuster film Sivaji will be released on the same day. And second, another Tamil film titled Alex Pandian, which is named after the character the actor essayed in the Tamil film Moondru Mugam, will release its audio.
Incidentally, AVM Productions, the makers of Sivaji have planned to release the 3D version of the film all over Tamil Nadu on the actor's birthday.
Meanwhile, K.E. Gnanavelraja of Studio Green production house has confirmed that they are launching the audio of Karthi-starrer Tamil action-thriller Alex Pandian on the same day.
"We are releasing on this day because it happens to be Rajinikanth's birthday and 30 years since the character Alex Pandian first appeared in the film Moondru Mugam, said a statement from the production company.