Chennai, Bengaluru Offices Declare Holiday For Rajinikanth’s Jailer


Undoubtedly, Rajinikanth stands as one of the most adored actors, a fact beyond question. With an extensive fan base, all eyes are now fixated on the imminent debut of his highly anticipated film, “Jailer”. Set to grace theaters on August 10th, it has come to light that specific workplaces in Chennai and Bengaluru have designated a day off for their employees on the movie’s release day.

According to The Economic Times, various establishments in Chennai and Tamil Nadu have even gone the extra mile by distributing complimentary tickets to their staff members. Amidst this excitement, a company’s viral holiday notice has garnered attention on social media. The notice reads, “On account of the release of SUPER STAR RAJINI’s movie Jailer, we have decided to declare a holiday on 10th August 2023 in an effort to avoid piled-up leave requests to the HR department. We also take the privilege of going the extra mile to support antipiracy by providing free tickets to employees.”

“Jailer” signifies Rajinikanth’s triumphant return to the silver screen after a hiatus of two years. The film’s recently unveiled trailer showcased two distinct personas of Rajinikanth: one as a quintessential retired family man, and the other as an unrelenting force that spares no one when springing into action. The trailer also disclosed that Rajinikanth’s character assumes the role of a father to a police officer in the storyline.

In addition to the illustrious presence of the Tamil superstar, “Jailer” boasts a cast including Jackie Shroff, Sunil, Ramya Krishnan, Yogi Babu, and others in pivotal roles. Mohanlal is set to make a special appearance in the movie as well. Notably, the release of the song “Kaavaalaa” last month captivated audiences with Tamannaah Bhatia’s scintillating dance moves and Rajinikanth’s captivating cameo appearance.

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