Fans Go All-Out For ‘Kaala’, Rajinikanth’s Most Political Film
Rajinikanth’s Kaala: what do the viewers have to say?
Rajinikanth’s Kaala hit theatres worldwide on 7 June, as scheduled, after the Supreme Court, on 6 June, refused to stay its release. However, the usual fan frenzy surrounding a Rajinikanth film which was initially absent, returned with fans going all-out celebrating Thalaivar’s new release.
- Kaala gets a thumbs up from most film critics
- The film is being called Rajinikanth’s most political film till date
- Rajinikanth earned the ire of the Karnataka film fraternity for his comments on the Cauvery river water dispute
- Rajinikanth has appealed for security at theatres in Karnataka
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