Thalaiva vs MS Dhoni: Who can do Rajinikanth's Kabali look better?

Taking the Kabali fever a notch higher is our Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni who has shared a picture of him imitating the Kabali pose on Facebook.

FP Staff August 18, 2016 14:31:08 IST
Thalaiva vs MS Dhoni: Who can do Rajinikanth's Kabali look better?

It's almost a month since the release of Rajinikanth film Kabali, but the craze refuses to die down.

Taking the Kabali fever a notch higher is our Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni who has shared a picture of him imitating the Kabali pose on his social media accounts.

While Dhoni looks his dapper self, he misses the Kabali look by far. Rajinikanth's simple pose oozes of style and magnifence, but all that is missing here. Yet to be fair to him only Rajinikanth does best what Rajinikanth does.

Meanwhile, watch Dhoni mouthing Rajini dialogues in a Neruppa Da mix.

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