Thalaivar Rajinikanth’s Magic Now Reaches Australia, Twitterati Go Gaga As Derby Police Use Rajini Meme to Talk Drunk Driving
Rajinikanth in a still from Petta (Photo Credit: File Photo)

Megastar Rajinikanth is known to be ruling people’s hearts for a reason. From having established a huge fan base across the globe to being worshipped like a God by many, Rajinikanth is a hero who has earned a valuable place in common man’s life. The Robot star has earned love from across the borders as well. Now taking the fandom to another level, the Australian cops have started using Thalaivar’s reference to talk about drunken driving. The Twitter handle of Derby Police in Australia talked about a drunken driving case on February 10. However, the tweet made the fans go gaga as it used a meme with Rajinikanth. Sara Ali Khan, Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy and More Celebs Attend CINTAA's ActFest Workshop (View Pics Inside).

In the tweet, the Derby police officials shared the breath analyser results of a drunk man who was driving the car. As per the tweet, there was 0.341% of alcohol level in the man’s blood. This level of blood alcohol is significantly high for a person who is conscious. What flabbergasted the police is that the man’s alcohol level was similar to a person who is in the coma or under the influence of surgical anaesthetic.

“A male subject to a breath test by Derby Police this morning provided a reading that biologically shouldn't even be possible,” wrote the police. The tweet further read, “The male had a BAC of 0.341% which is like driving whilst under a surgical anaesthetic or being in a coma. Oh, and he has 2 prior life disqual's ”

Here is the Tweet shared by the Derby Police:

Thalaivar’s magic worked like a charm. The tweet went viral in no time and was retweeted over 600 times. The likes came flooding in and the post has garnered more than 1200 likes so far. Rajini fans across the quarters could not hold back their overwhelming happiness, as this tweet made their day (and so did ours). Sara Ali Khan Is Hinting at 'New Beginnings' But It's Not What You're Thinking.

The meme is a scene from Rajinikanth's recently-released film 2.0. In the particular scene, the government officials would be talking about the fifth force that is destroying the country.

While some fans were over the moon thinking that their Thalaivar is everywhere, many others were surprised to know Rajinikanth’s popularity, even in Australia.

Here are some of the reactions:

This instance clearly narrates that our superstar Rajinikanth’s popularity knows no boundaries. From receiving all hearts in Japan to now ruling Australia police’s Twitter handle, we can proudly say that yes, Thailavar is indeed everywhere.