Shiva Rajkumar fans’ unique celebration ahead of release of The Villain (Video)

Fans of Kannada star Shiva Rajkumar went on a bike rally, ahead of the release of the much awaited movie The Villain. Fans started the rally by offering prayers and respect to Dr Rajkumar's statue at Nagasandra Circle in Tyagarajanagar, Bengaluru. Fans in more than 50 two-wheelers went on a rally from Nagasandra Circle to Shrinivasa theatre. Fans also have made special posters featuring Shiva Rajkumar. They are all set to welcome The Villain in Shrinivasa Theatre with posters, garlands, and decorations. The movie is set to release on Thursday (October 18). The Villain stars Shiva Rajkumar and Sudeep, and the fans of both the stars are at loggerheads about their favourite star not getting enough prominence compared to the other.
 

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