Arnold Schwarzenegger scribbles his diary with his India trip

The trailer launch event of Vikram’s, ‘Tamil-I’ was graced by some of the stalwarts in the industry like A R Rehman and Rajnikanth but the guest of honour and the man who stole all the attention and the hype was none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger himself.
The films has a good star cast to look upto which includes, Vikram himself along with Upen Patel and Amy Jackson. The film is directed by Shankar. The audio record of the movie was also unveiled the same day.
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Undoubtedly a star studded event it saw some very enthusiastic people all up to meet the man himself. MD, Sony Entertainment, Shridhar Subramaniam was found chatting and posing with Arnold.
Having already met the Tamil star, Suriya before upon meeting again the two shared some words of appreciation and Suriya said, “I am was excited and thrilled to meet Arnold again.”
Schwarzenegger also met the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa at the Secretariat in Chennai on Monday, September 16, 2014 who herself was overwhelmed after having a wonderful chat with the Hollywood superstar.
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Arnold was shown the masala Indian films withhold  in the form of some performances that were all excerpts from the movie itself. Vikram presented an act where he came in the avatar of a warewolf, the role he portrays in the film.
All happy and cheered up, Schwarzenegger met the security guards outside the venue and enjoyed a conversation with them as well. The police officer said, “I am very happy after meeting Arnold Schwarzenegger here in India.”
The event was no doubt a successful one and Arnold took back with him some essence that he could capture from the massive event held. Arnold was found saying, “I will be waiting to see the film if I get a chance back home.”
He was overjoyed with the kind of hospitality given to him in his short trip to India and definitely has all good things to tell.
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