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Lingaa crowd gets bigger in Kolkata
(Monday, 15th December 2014)

KOLKATA: They roar in unison as their favourite 'Thalaiva' leaps into air from his speeding bike, meandering along a hilly track to land on a wobbling hot-air balloon about to crash into a dam. As he punches the villain and clings on to the edge of the balloon's basket, the desperate heroin clutching his other arm, they move to the edge of their seats. The girl loses her grip, but superman Thalaiva floats in air to retrieve her with a rope from the balloon. They climb back safely to the balloon and all is well at the end of a pulsating climax. Smiles return and the audience breathes easy again.

 The latest Rajinikanth blockbuster 'Lingaa' has hit the theatres and Thalaiva fans in the city are going gaga. For a large number of them — Tamilians in Kolkata — it is party time with several multiplexes screening the movie at convenient hours. It also brings a whiff of Chennai to Kolkata. With Rajini mouthing his witty one-liners and moving his arms in his trademark style after delivering a punch, the community members have been enjoying themselves immensely.

 "Previously, we had to wait for months to catch a Tamil film. Even when it was shown, the show time would be inconvenient. But now, they slot the shows at regular hours which lets you catch the movie at your leisure. It was really nice to be able to watch the film on a Sunday morning," said K Kumar, a city-based Tamilian who watched 'Lingaa' with his wife Shanthi Kumar and daughter Sangeeta at Inox South City.

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