These are 7 bizarre incidents involving South Indian actors, ranging from Rajinikanth to Mahesh Babu. To learn more, go here

Movies and celebrities have a huge impact on people’s lives and society. They influence people in a number of ways, including dreams, beauty, love, lifestyle, body, travel, wealth, and so on. You can see there’s something appealing about it, which is why people linger over movies and celebrities, especially in India, where there are several film industries such as Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood, Sandalwood, Mollywood, and others.

When we see a movie, a character, or a celebrity and enjoy even a small portion of them, they stay with us in some way—heart or brain. We enjoy how celebrities portray diverse roles and amuse us for a short period of time. And the adoration and devotion are so genuine that it appears unconditional or, to put it mildly, weird at times. Although collecting posters, stalking on social media, or attempting to catch a peek at them are fairly regular activities, there have been instances when fans went insane and did some weird things.

Fans in the South, in particular, unreservedly love their favorite performers and express their affection in the most unusual ways. Whether it’s blood camps on birthdays or posters of Palabhishekham. People in the South live for movies; when a famous star’s film is released in theatres, it’s nothing short of a festival. And every major star’s fan group is known by the title they’ve been given in the industry. For example, Thala Ajith supporters are known as Thala Fans, Rajinikanth fans are known as Thalaivar fans, and Chiranjeevi fans are known as Megastar fans; each major star in the South has a unique label. And each of these celebrities has a devoted fan following who loves and supports them wholeheartedly.

Here are a few instances when fans showed their love and devotion for their favorite celebrities in the most unusual ways:


Every film starring Rajinikanth brings a lot of anticipation and hype, and Annaatthe is no different. When his first glimpse was unveiled lately, admirers went all out to celebrate by slaughtering a goat and sprinkling its blood on the poster.

Thalapathy Vijay

Thalapathy Vijay supporters never miss an opportunity to show their appreciation for their favorite idol. In Chennai, admirers recently erected a life-size monument of a Master actor. The statue was dedicated to garlands, flowers, and slogans.

Nidhhi Agerwal

Nidhhi Agerwal, a new-age actress in the South, was taken aback when her followers unveiled a shrine built specifically for her in Chennai. Fans built a bust-sized figure of Nidhhi at the temple and performed a special pooja in her honor.

Mahesh Babu

Mahesh Babu is Tollywood’s biggest star, and his birthday is a tremendous treat for fans. Every year on his birthday, admirers organize blood drives, bike rallies, and food drives. As the actor advised, fans embraced the green India challenge this year.

Allu Arjun

A die-hard Allu Arjun fan went from Macherla to Hyderabad in the hopes of seeing his idol. He thought that this 200-kilometer padayatra would attract attention.


Malayalam actor Mammootty recently celebrated 50 years in the profession, and as a token of affection, a fan-created a large portrait of him using cards depicting Mammootty’s finest personalities over the years.

Kalyan Singh

Pawan Kalyan is dubbed the “Man of the People.” Every moment, whether in movies or politics, is treasured. Fans usually do Palabhishekham on his life-size poster as a symbol of affection.

Ajith Thala

Thala fans in Malaysia have created a sanitizer that also advertises his next film Valimai. Not only that, but when the studios refused to provide any information about the films, fans held banners and demanded them everywhere, from the Prime Minister’s rally to cricket stadiums.

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