Rajinikanth's 'Kabali'
A picture of Rajinikanth in "Kabali."Kabali Twitter Page

An injunction suit has been filed against Rajinikanth and his fans for wasting thousands of litres of milk when his films hit the screens. A petitioner named Dr IMS Manivanna has approached the court to prevent Rajinikanth's fans from wasting milk, Hindustan Times reports. He wants the Tamil superstar to wilfully stop the wastage of milk.

"The milk is the resource of our society and when we are saving the rain water for our next generations, so why shouldn't we save milk. How can we waste the milk when it is the resource of our own society?" Asian News International (ANI) quotes the petitioner as saying. The case was filed March 26 and the next hearing is April 11.

It has been a practice for fans of Rajinikanth to pour milk on his huge cut-outs placed in theatres. It is their way of expressing their love for the superstar and praying for the success of his films.

Rajinikanth in New Delhi
Meanwhile, Rajinikanth has joined the latest shooting schedule of his forthcoming movie "2.0" in New Delhi. The team is now filming key portions at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

The Tamil superstar will begin shooting an action sequence with Akshay Kumar, reports Sify. Kenny Bates of "Transformers" fame will choreograph the stunt sequence, for which about 40 foreign technicians have joined the team.

"2.0" is directed by Shankar and produced by Lyca Productions. Amy Jackson plays the female lead in the movie, which is being made with a budget of Rs. 350 crore.

Meanwhile, Rajinikanth has completed the shooting of his next film, "Kabali." The teaser of the Tamil movie will be released in the second week of April. The audio and trailer will be launched later in the month. The movie will hit the screens in May. "Kabali," written and directed by Pa Ranjith and produced by Kalaipuli S Dhanu, stars Radhika Apte. 

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