Young filmmaker Karthik Subbaraj will be directing superstar Rajinikanth in Petta which is being produced by Sun Pictures. The title and motion poster of Petta was released recently and since then there have been a lot of speculations about the kind of role Rajinikanth would be playing in the film. While there are many, the latest one is that Rajinikanth would be seen playing a prisoner of the infamous MISA act which was passed in the year 1971. This theory of Rajinikanth playing a MISA act prisoner surfaced after a picture of Rajinikanth went viral on social media in which also seen in actor Ramachandra Durai Raj, known for his works in films like Naan Mahan Alla.
In the picture, one can notice a tattoo on Rajinikanth’s hand which says MISA 109 and this has led to speculations that Rajinikanth would be seen playing a MISA act prisoner. Although this is a mere speculation, the calculations look seemingly right, according to fans. The MISA (Maintenance of Internal Security Act) was imposed during the period of Indira Gandhi in 1971 giving them supreme authority.
Petta, besides Rajinikanth, also stars Simran, Trisha Krishnan and Vijay Sethupathi in important roles. Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui will be seen playing a baddie in Petta marking his debut in Tamil cinema. Young actress Megha Akash has been signed on to play a key role which is yet to be officially confirmed by the makers. The music of Petta is being composed by Anirudh Ravichander, a glimpse if which was recently revealed by the young music composer on his social media.
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