Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Street A Rajinikanth fanboy May 26, 2014 Boy holding Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan movie poster | Udhayam theatre, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Image taken for Silverscreen. Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #Chennai#Cinema#India#Tamil Nadu Post navigation ← Mahouts bathing an elephant Dushasana vesham in Kathakali → 97 thoughts on “A Rajinikanth fanboy” Wonderful shot :) Reply ↓ cool! Reply ↓ Look at the proud look in his eyes! Whoa…nice shot once again Reply ↓ Very cool! Reply ↓ A well composed street portrait! Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Thalaivareeeeee! _/\_ Lovely image of the fanboyness, joshki. :D Reply ↓ Great street portrait Joshi-ji. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on mahabatta2012. Reply ↓ I hope he has enough sense to keep it for a long time. It’ll probably be worth something in a few years?! Reply ↓ Fantastic composition! Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Another great portrait shot..:-) Reply ↓ Superb shot! I am a great fan of your photography… Reply ↓ Gruß und eine gute Woche.Gislinde Reply ↓ Great shot ! Thalaiva … Reply ↓ No one can beat Thalaiva… Super shot.. Are you based out of Chennai Joshi ?? Reply ↓ like this portrait Reply ↓ Great shot. Wonderful composition. Reply ↓ Great shot. Reply ↓ Awesome captured Reply ↓ that is the shoot Joshi ! hi :D Reply ↓ beautiful capture! :) Reply ↓ Great B&W. Reply ↓ Nice capture Joshi :) Reply ↓ Intense. Beautiful shot. Reply ↓ His eyes look right through the screen. Love the street scene behind him. Another excellent photo. Reply ↓ Those eyes! wow Reply ↓ proud presenter of “what’s hot” Reply ↓ Love the composition in the photo, especially the stripes!- well done! Reply ↓ is beautiful … Reply ↓ Nice black and white picture. Beautiful play of light and shade. Reply ↓ the light in your photos is always fantastic. Reply ↓ Great capture! Reply ↓ you’ve really caught that combination of pride and uncertainty well Reply ↓ Great street photography ! Reply ↓ Nice shot… Reply ↓ Excellent image that tells a story- I’ve read what move-lovers they are in Tamil Nadu. Reply ↓ FAN-tastic! Reply ↓ Great shot, love the expression on that sweet face! Reply ↓ Love his eyes and expression. Reply ↓ I like the graininess in this B/W and the boy’s expression. Reply ↓ Terrifically honest street portrait. I just looked up Rajinkanth. He’s kind of like India’s version of Brad Pitt or Paul Newman. Reply ↓ great street scene!! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Allerlei Kunterbunt… and commented: Fan… Reply ↓ Excellent! Reply ↓ its amazing to see this type of affection . Reply ↓ A superb shot. Reply ↓ Its always wonderful to see what you click, and i must say that you don’t need to describe the click, it says it all automatically. Reply ↓ Like the expression in his eyes and the feeling you captured here, great shot! Reply ↓ Superb shot. Reply ↓ Superb portrait Joshi! Reply ↓ Great work! beautiful portrait of the street child! I love Reply ↓ Good one !! Reply ↓ Nice composition! Reply ↓ Your pictures always capture a story and emotions and feelings. Reply ↓ In his own subdued world, it seems he got his gem for rhapsody. It says so much. :) Reply ↓ good one!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply ↓ Excellent Joshi! Reply ↓ A very fun shot Joshi, you caught the spirit of the moment in the kid’s eyes. Reply ↓ Nice click :-) Reply ↓ Wonderful!! Have you seen the movie? Reply ↓ A strong street photo – love the boys intense look. Reply ↓ Great shot…btw did you get a chance to watch the movie? Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ A very beautiful portrait!! ;-) Reply ↓ Awesome capture Joshi! Reply ↓ Wonderful light on the boy’s face. :) Reply ↓ ce gosse apprécie de s’afficher avec cette affiche Reply ↓ Great one! Reply ↓ Amazing as usual… Reply ↓ Wow! Aren’t we all? Very nice pic :-) Reply ↓ I agree with Gautam, what you aim your camera(s) at is always worth looking at. So much expression and emotion comes through in your work… Reply ↓ Love the grain and contrast and of course his eyes! Reply ↓ Perfect Reply ↓ awesome b/w with this lad …. wonderful light Reply ↓ He looks so proud! Wonderful moment. Reply ↓ Great shot :) Reply ↓ Thank you liebe Grüße von mir.Gislinde Reply ↓ Reblogged this on One Sun, Many Rays and commented: One picture.. One thought..!! Reply ↓ u have an ability to create surprisingly captivating pictures :D and this is one of them .. cool Reply ↓ super shot joshi Reply ↓ He’s a star on your screen Joshi! Reply ↓ A wonderful image. Reply ↓ Superb composition.. Reply ↓ Nice perspective, Joshi :) Reply ↓ A remarkable shot, Joshi :) Reply ↓ If only the movie was as good as the picture.. Reply ↓ Nice candid street shot! – Ram Reply ↓ Awesome photograph! Reply ↓ Nice Shot and After Effects on it. :-) . Reply ↓ what a composition!! Reply ↓ like the way he holds the pics and the a spark in this eyes Arts and Culture Reply ↓ Cute! :) Reply ↓ Awesome portrait.Loved the grainy contrast in the photo.Touchy. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on slolvare. Reply ↓ Cool click :) Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. 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