Attending a condolence meeting in Chennai, Rajnikanth stated, "Yes, I will visit Japan but not now, after some time. Date has not been fixed as yet." The actor also has promised to help the calamity victims in Japan.
Sources informed that Rajinikanth has written a letter to the Prime Minister of Japan, Naoto Kan condoling the death of thousands of people in the recent Tsunami attack.
Today (Tuesday, Mar 22) Japan experienced another temblor with 6.1 magnitude. On Mar 11, the country was jolted over an earthquake with 9.1 magnitude followed by a massive tsunami. More than 10,000 people have been dead over the calamity, unofficial sources informed.
The superstar turned popular in Japan after his film Muthu was released in that country and he enjoys a good rapport with quite a number of Japanese fans till date.
Earlier, citing Muthu's popularity among the Japanese, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stated, "I am delighted to hear the popularity of 'Odori Maharaja' among young people here (Japan). Our children were delighted to see 'Odori Asimo'-the dancing robot!"