Sivaji The Boss Is First 100 Crore Earning Movie Of Tamil Cinema But Do You Know The Full Form Of BOSS
- Sivaji The Boss movie was released in 2007
- Rajinikanth seen in Shivaji The Boss
- Shriya Saran supported Rajinikanth in Shivaji The Boss
Rajinikanth is a guarantee of success in South cinema and he proves this often. The latest example of which is his film Jailer. Jailer has collected approximately Rs 650 crore at the worldwide box office. He has also taken a fee of around Rs 210 crore for the film. As everyone knows that Rajinikanth is called Talaiva. Which means leader or boss. There is also such a film of Rajinikanth which made some records at the box office which no one had made before in South cinema. The name of this film is ‘Shivaji The Boss.’
‘Shivaji The Boss’ was directed by South’s blockbuster director Shankar. The film was released in 2007. Made with a budget of around Rs 60 crore, the film Shivaji had collected around Rs 160 crore at the box office. Not only this, ‘Shivaji The Boss’ was the first Tamil film to cross the Rs 100 crore mark worldwide. Music in Rajinikanth’s film was composed by A.R. It was Rahman’s. Apart from Rajinikanth, Shriya Saran, Vivek, Suman and Satyam were seen in the film.
A famous song of Shivaji the Boss is Ballelakka which was very much liked. But do you know that Shilpa Shetty, Manisha Koirala, Bipasha Basu, Asin and Mallika Sherawat were approached for this song. But in the end, South’s lady superstar Nayanthara was seen in this song. This song got a lot of love from the audience.
Not only this, it is not told that Rajinikanth had taken record fees for this film. Rajinikanth received a fee of Rs 26 crore for Shivaji The Boss. In this way, he became the second highest paid actor of his era.
But do you know what was the full form of BOSS in ‘Shivaji the Boss’? So let us tell you. The full form of Rajinikanth’s film BOSS was Bachelor of Social Service. In this way, Shivaji The Boss is included in the list of the most successful films of South Cinema. Not only this, its Hindi dubbed version is also very much liked on OTT and TV.
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