The Wunderbar Films, promoted by national award winning actor Dhanush, on Sunday clarified that their upcoming venture featuring superstar Rajinikanth was not based on the life of Mumbai don, the late Haji Mastan. The production house said in a release that it wanted to put an end to the speculation that their upcoming venture revolved around the life of Haji Mastan. "In order to respond to the letter sent by Sundar Shekhar Mishra, the adopted son of Haji Mastan, to Rajinikanth, weEntertainment | May 14, 2017
Megastar Rajinikanth's next yet untitled Tamil project is not based on the life of Mumbai's late underworld don Haji Mastan, makers have clarified. In a statement, the makers said: "The film is not based on the life of Haji Mastan. It's not even a biopic. It's just a fictional story set in Mumbai." The film marks the reunion of Kabali director Pa. Ranjith with Rajinikanth. It was widely reported that the 66-year-old star will play the don, who lived in Mumbai betweenSouthern Cinema | May 14, 2017
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