Rajinikanth’s Parotta and Ajith Kumar’s road safety
Mass heroes do have the responsibility of nurturing their followers with influences. Be it bad or good thing, it instantly becomes a kind of inspiration of the fans and followers. In this aspect, many leading heroes have been praises and at the same time have been criticized as well. It is worth mentioning that Ajith Kumar was recently appreciated by Chennai Deputy Police Commissioner Saravanan for imparting the message of obeying traffic rules (Wearing helmets and seat belts while driving cars and bikes). While many heroes would feel that they will not be seen stylishly while riding bikes if their heads are covered with helmets, Ajith Kumar was clear enough to wear it despites some of this team members suggesting not to do it. On the other hand, Rajinikanth in Petta has also conveyed message about ‘No Smoking’. When Vijay Sethupathi asks for a smoke, Rajinikanth surprises the audiences by taking a puff and later saying “Don’t smoke! I have gone through a lot”. It seems in Madurai episodes, there was a scene where Rajinikanth and Sasikumar are supposed to eat ‘Parotta’. However, Rajinikanth asked Karthik Subbaraj if this food can be changed as he shouldn’t promote this food that is declared as an unhealthy food by doctors. Nonetheless, Karthik Subbaraj managed to get what he wanted by convincing Thalaivar and made him consume it.