An ordinary citizen turns into a don and controls the whole city. Though he is a don, he is good don, a savior of poor, a strict opponent of rapes and crimes against women. He is like a Robin Hood in India. And coming to point, how many times we have seen such stories being made on Indian silver screen? For Superstar Rajnikanth there is ‘Baasha’ that is made on similar lines.
Recently Baasha director Suresh Krishna expressed interest to carve out a sequel for that iconic movie that catapulted Rajni into a new larger-than-life image. He has immediately drafted a new story and met our Superstar only to hear a no from him. It is heard that Rajni felt days of dons are gone and if there is a sequel to Baasha then it should be befitting and contemporary in nature. At the time when Baasha was made, India is still witnessing some mafia dons in cities like Mumbai, but now there is none. At this point, how come the idea of don will be entertained by audiences? Good question from Rajni perhaps. Out star heroes too should think about this.