Rajinikanth Gets Trolled For Paying His Condolences To Puneeth Rajkumar 2 Weeks Post His Death Via His Daughter’s Voice Message App

Here is why fans are upset with Rajinikanth as he pays his condolence to late actor Puneeth Rajkumar

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Rajinikanth Gets Trolled For Paying His Condolences To Puneeth Rajkumar 2 Weeks Post His Death Via His Daughter’s Voice Message App
Superstar Rajinikanth who offered condolences to Sandalwood star Puneeth Rajkumar almost after 10-11 days after his death, gets trolled on Twitter. The actor passed away on October 29 due to a massive heart attack; as per reports, the Kabali actor learnt about it 2 days later. Megastar paid his condolence via a voice note of an app, owned by this daughter Soundarya. Well, this did not go down well with the late actor’s fans and they ended up trolling him.

According to the netizens, the Robot actor was utilizing this opportunity to promote his daughter’s app. In the voice message, mourning Puneeth’s death, Rajinikanth mentioned how he had seen the actor grow in front of him, but his untimely death while he was at the peak of his career, is totally heartbreaking to witness. Rajinikanth on the voice message said, “I am doing fine after the surgery. I felt very bad after hearing the news. He was a child who grew in front of me and was a talented and lovable child.”

He continued, “It is sad that he left us when he was at the height of his successful career, at such a young age. His loss is irreparable for the Kannada film industry. I have no words to console his bereaved family. May Puneeth’s soul rest in peace.” Check out the tweets below-


The reason the actor came to know about the young actor’s death 2 days late, as he was himself admitted to Kauvery hospital on October 28, as he complained of feeling giddy. He was discharged on October 31.  ALSO READ: Annaattthe Twitter Review: Rajinikanth’s Fans Laud His Performance, But Give A Thumbs Down For Its Heavy Melodrama





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