Cricket World Cup 2023: Rajinikanth Lands In Mumbai To Catch Up India Vs New Zealand Semi-Final Match At Wankhede - WATCH

Thalaivar Rajinikanth arrives in Mumbai to catch the Cricket World Cup Semi-Final clash between India and New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium

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Cricket World Cup 2023: Rajinikanth Lands In Mumbai To Catch Up India Vs New Zealand Semi-Final Match At Wankhede - WATCH
On Wednesday, Superstar Rajinikanth made his way to Mumbai with plans to witness the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final clash between India and New Zealand set to take place at Wankhede Stadium. The actor was captured by paparazzi upon his arrival at the Mumbai airport, exuding cheerfulness as he posed for the cameras. He sported a dark blue shirt paired with denim and carried a sleek black sling bag. Netizens are elated to see the Tamil sensation attending this grand event and will be rooting for the Indian Cricket Team from the stands. ALSO READ: Rajinikanth Mobbed By Fans Outside Coimbatore Airport; Thalaivar Greets Them With A Smile- WATCH VIDEO

At the Chennai airport, he informed reporters, "I'm headed to watch the match." As the Black Caps strive for their third consecutive World Cup final appearance following 2015 and 2019, India seeks to conquer the knockout barrier that has prevented them from clinching a major ICC title since 2013. Moreover, India faces a formidable opponent, historically posing the most significant challenge in crucial match-ups. If they win here, this will be the first time ever that the men in blue will defeat the Kiwis in an ICC knockout game. ALSO READ: Dua Lipa To Perform In World Cup 2023 Closing Ceremony? Here's What We Know 



On the professional front, Rajinikanth celebrates the success of Jailer, where he portrayed an ex-cop in pursuit of his kidnapped son. The film featured special appearances by Tamannaah Bhatia, Jackie Shroff, Mohanlal, and Shivarajkumar. Looking ahead at the veteran actor's upcoming project, his next is tentatively titled 'Thalaivar 170', featuring the megastar alongside Amitabh Bachchan. Helmed by TJ Gnanavel, this collaboration marks their on-screen reunion since their last film together in 1991's 'Hum', directed by Mukul Anand.
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