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Superstar Rajinikanth meets Galatta Media: Exclusive

   Superstar Rajinikanth meets Galatta Media: Exclusive By Ambili S [ April 07, 2011 ]

Superstar Rajinikanth meets Galatta Media: Exclusive

G. Dhananjayan's 'The Best of Tamil Cinema: 1931 to 2010' (published by Galatta Media) is winning accolades ever since its launch. Andthe latest buzz?? Well, our Superstar Rajinikath himself appreciated the Best of Tamil Cinema team for their wonderful effort. Superstar Rajinikanth met author G. Dhananjayan and Galatta Media today at his Poes Garden residence in Chennai.

Impressed with the detailed information provided in the book, Rajni spend 45 minutes with the 'Best of Tamil Cinema' team. He also appreciated different aspects of the book (like cast and crew, synopsis, trivia and rare photographs) and called it a 'genuine effort'. After speaking with Superstar Rajni, author G. Dhananjayan and Galatta Media are definitely on Cloud Nine. As a token of appreciation, Rajni also gifted a beautiful statue (of himself ) to the team.


Rajinikanth with Galatta Cinema

Rajinikanth appreciates Best of Tamil Cinema

Apart from this, Rajinikanth also launched Galatta's special 'spine'. So what is a 'spine'? It's the backbone of the book that faces outward when the book is shelved. Every year, Galatta Cinema launches its spine inApril (anniversary issue); collect the 12 issues of Galatta Cinema (from April) to solve our special puzzle! You will find the face of a prominent Kollywood star!

So when the Superstar himself is impressed with 'THE BEST OF TAMIL CINEMA', what are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!

To know more about Tamil Cinema, buy THE BEST OF TAMIL CINEMA: First ever English book on the best of Tamil cinema from 1931-2010.

Note:The Best of Tamil Cinema, atwo-volume with 700 plus pages (designed and published by Galatta Media) covers details of blockbusters of Tamil Cinema from 1931 to 2010, from the first Tamil talkie film Kalidas (1931) to Nandhalala (2010). It narrates the journey and growth of the industry through a period of eight decades. Volume I presents the best films released between 1931 and 1976, while Volume II deals with the period between 1977 and 2010.