500 Directors & 1000 Asst.Directors joint prayer association for Rajini

A joint prayer session by the directors was held at the Kamala Theatre premises this morning. This prayer session was presided over by Bharathiraja. The event began with the Thamizh Thai Vazhthu soon after which director RK Selvamani began the prayer with the statement that this session is being held for the complete recovery of Rajinikanth, considered as the eldest son of the Tamil film fraternity.

Over 1000 assistant directors also participated in this session and prayed for the quick recovery of Rajinikanth. Director Ezhil, Cheran and Perarasu and other office bearers of the Directors’ Council took part in this joint prayer session.

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