Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kabali has grossed over Rs 40 crore at the Indian box office.

July 24, 2016 - bollywood
Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kabali has grossed over Rs 40 crore at the Indian box office.


Their is a good news for die-hard lungi fans of superstar Rajnikanth.

MOVIE STORY: A gangster in Malaysia goes in search of his family after 25 years of imprisonment.

Kabali (Rajinikanth), who was born somewhere in Dindigul, is the messiah of Tamil labourers who work in Malaysia, after he fights for their primary rights and wages. His rise to an influential person in the society, in a short span of time, is now giving sleepless nights to a few, which further fuels jealousy and enmity towards Kabali. Veera (Kishore) is one among those jealous, and keeps hatching plans to destroy Kabali’s gang, and defame him publicly. He convincingly brainwashes an aide of Kabali and successfully turns him against the latter. After a violent gang war, which takes place unexpectedly, Kabali, being convicted of various false charges, ends up in jail.


This movie has been released on Friday in Tamil, and was also dubbed in Hindi and Telugu apart from other languages. In Tamil Nadu, Kabali superseded the previous best opening record held by Ajith Kumar’s Vedalam, which had collected around Rs 15 crore, said another trade analyst.

In Tamil Nadu, ‘Kabali’ collected a whopping Rs 21.5 crore from its first day. Since the film was exempted from entertainment tax, it managed to register such a big opening,” trade analyst Trinath informed. In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the Telugu dubbed version also got a good start.


Kabali also stars actors like Radhika Apte, Kishore, Dinesh, Dhansikaa, Kalaiarasan and Winston Chao. The film did not open to rave reviews on Friday, however, that didn’t dampen the spirit of Rajinikanth’s fans to celebrate the release of their cinema icon’s latest movie.

In Kabali, one shouldn’t expect the freshness in script and making style which his Madras offered. The flashback portions, on occasions, test one’s patience, and lack evenness. The songs by Santhosh Narayanan are soothing to watch on screen, too. The stunt sequences and shoot-out scenes choreographed by Anbarivu, with Rajini putting his best foot forward, is sure to give adrenaline-rush to his fans, and are, in fact, among the things that work in favour of the film, in addition to an emotional scene.

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