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Meet Rajinikanth's doppelganger, who sells tea in Fort Kochi

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It is believed that each person has seven lookalikes scattered across the globe. Whether it is true or not, the thrill of this notion reaches its peak when it comes to popular figures and celebrities. It's always interesting to see their lookalikes.

The internet is abuzz with a captivating video of an uncanny doppelganger of a celebrity who's taken the world by storm- Indian superstar Rajinikanth.

Sudhakar Prabhu has been trending on the Internet because of his uncanny resemblance to the legendary superstar. Prabhu runs a tea shop on Pattalam Road in Fort Kochi.

A video of his recently went viral, in which he is shown wearing a pair of shorts and a shirt, and is seen talking to a few people while mimicking the actor's mannerisms.

The video was shared on X by a user account @despoters_12345.

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Notably, Prabhu's resemblance to Thalaivaa was first noticed by Malayalam actor-director Nadirshah, who was in Fort Kochi for a film shoot.

''Astounding! Sudhakara Prabhu of Fort Kochi with a likeness to him. Although he is an aristocrat by name, he is working in a tea shop,'' the director wrote on Facebook along with a few pictures of him.

Soon his pictures and videos went viral and since then Prabhu has been invited to various events and functions across Kerala.

Last year, images of Rehmat Gashkori, a retired government worker hailing from Pakistan, created a sensation online due to his striking resemblance to Thalaivar.

Gashkori realised this resemblance after his colleagues began noting his uncanny likeness to Rajinikanth, with many highlighting his body language, hairstyle, and even his stride as strikingly similar to that of Thalaivar.

Meanwhile, Rajinikanth has started shooting for his 170th movie. He was last seen in Jailer, directed by Nelson. The film, which was released in August, was a box-office success.



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