Rajinikanth’s ‘Jailer’ breaks all records... Here's the official statement from the home banner!

(This article is authored by Alar)

Superstar Rajinikanth, has once again proved his unmatched popularity and charisma with his latest blockbuster, ‘Jailer’. The action thriller, directed by Nelson Dhilipkumar and produced by Sun Pictures, has smashed all the previous records and become the highest grossing film in Tamil cinema history.

The cinematic world is buzzing with excitement as Sun Pictures' latest release, 'Jailer', shatters box office records, grossing a staggering Rs. 525 crores in just two weeks! With its gripping storyline, breathtaking visuals, and Rajinikanth's powerhouse performance as a no-nonsense jailer, this film is the talk of the town.

Critics and audiences alike are blown away by the film's bold take on corruption and justice, leaving them on the edge of their seats until the very end. It's no wonder that 'Jailer' is continuing to draw crowds in theatres around the world.

Jailer has not only become the highest-grossing Tamil film of 2023, but also the third highest-grossing Indian film of the year, behind Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan and Prabhas’ Adipurush. Jailer is an action-packed entertainer that revolves around a prison warden who takes on a ruthless gangster. The film features explosive cameos from Mohanlal, Jackie Shroff, Shiva Rajkumar and others. It also stars Tamannaah Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan, Vinayakan and Nagendra Babu in pivotal roles. 

The success of ‘Jailer’ has once again cemented Rajinikanth’s status as the undisputed superstar of Indian cinema. The fans of the actor are celebrating the milestone with fireworks, posters, and banners across the state. Rajinikanth has also expressed his gratitude to his fans and the makers of the film for their support and love.

The film has received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, who have praised Rajinikanth’s charisma, Nelson’s direction, Anirudh Ravichander’s music and the thrilling action sequences. Jailer has also been appreciated for its humour and emotional moments, which balance the mass appeal of the film.