The movie will premiere at the 10th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart this July
The Rajini Effect, a film touted to be a tribute to reigning Tamil megastar Rajinikanth, will premiere at the 10th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart. The renowned film fest that opened with Dekh Indian Circus last year will be held July 17-21 this year.
The Rajini Effect is co-directed by Kuvera Sivalingam and Nelson Sivalingam and produced by Barking Mad Productions. It is described as ‘a quirky comedy about a Japanese guy, Taiho, who wants to become the next big Indian movie superstar’. But Taiho’s only chance at achieving his dream is through a short filmmaking competition, for which he makes a film that pays homage to ‘Rajini Sir’.
The feature film stars Jonathan Truong, Ramesh Vethanayagam, Mandessh Gill, Paul Stephenson and Akiko Motomura. Charles Bosco is the music director and Krshna Naganpillai, the cinematographer.
Let’s see if The Rajini Effect works on the Germans!
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