Rajinikanth visits AVM Heritage Museum

On Wednesday, actor Rajinikanth visited AVM Studio’s newest addition, the AVM Heritage Museum. Photos shared on Twitter show the veteran actor taking a stroll around the museum along with M Saravanan, his son MS Guhan and the third-generation producer of AVM, Aruna Guhan. Legendary filmmaker SP Muthuraman is also seen along with the actor. 

The museum houses up to 40 vintage and classic cars, old-fashioned bikes spanning from the 1910s to the 2000s, cameras, computers, and other antique film equipment.

The first film of Rajinikanth produced by AVM Studios is Murattu Kaalai (1980) directed by SP Muthuraman. Ever since, the production house has backed many films of the star including, Pokkiri Raja, Paayum Puli, Nallavanuku Nallavan, Mr Bharath, and Ejmaan. The most famous collaboration of Rajinikanth and AVM productions is Sivaaji (2007), which was also a huge commercial success.

The AVM Heritage Museum is open to the public from Wednesday to Monday between 10 am and 5 pm and remains closed on Tuesdays, and other National holidays. An entry fee of ₹200 per adult and ₹150 per child will be levied on the guests.