Rajinikanth met Malaccan (a state in Malaysia) Governor Mohammed Khalil bin Yaakob on Tuesday, 27 October. The Tamil superstar arrived in Malaysia on Monday and is in the country to shoot his forthcoming movie "Kabali".

As per the reports, Mohammed Khalil bin Yaakob had organised a special lunch for the Tamil superstar and producer Kalaipuli S Dhanu was also with the the actor. His visit is getting a good coverage in the Malaysian media, say reports. 

Rajinikanth will be filming his "Kabali" in Malaysia for two weeks. This is the second shooting schedule after wrapping up the first in Chennai.

The superstar has a huge fan following in Malaysia and his films have done well in the country. Kollywood has a good market in Malaysia due to the Tamil-speaking population.

Coming to "Kabali", it is an action movie that tells the story of an aging gangster. It narrates the story of the man, who controls the underworld in Malaysia.

Rajinikanth has, for the first time, teamed up with a young filmmaker like Pa Ranjith. He seemed to prefer senior directors to youngsters. But this time, he has taken a different path. More importantly, "Kabali" is not a regular colourful commercial movie starring Rajinikanth, rather it is a content-oriented flick.

"Kabali" has Santhosh Narayanan's music, Praveen KL's editing and G Murali's cinematography. Radhika Apte is the female lead in the film, which also has Kishore, Kalaiyarasan, Dinesh Ravi and others in the cast.