Rajnikanth’s fever has rise again where the superstar’s movie hit the screen with a huge bang. The film is directed by Pa.Ranjith featuring Rajnikanth, Huma Qureshi and Pankaj Tripathi in significant roles. Rajnikanth is features as the king of the Dharavi situated in Mumbai. Kaala’s release seem like a celebration especially to the Rajnikanth fans around the country. Even the corporate companies in Chennai has declared holiday on the release of the film Kaala.
Why to watch Vs Why to not
If you are a true Rajnikanth fan, Kaala has more than to offer being just a fan driven film. Rajnikanth plays the character Kaala.
In a recent review, the film is said to be not just about a gangster film but itself a huge revolution. Ranjith, the director narrated a emotional story featuring Rajnikanth as the one of the depth-in character in the film. As always the film is entertaining and intrigued with the action and high concept drama in it. The outer space of the film is very simple or common story which might get disinterest of people but the treatment of the film make it completely different of the plot. Another review of the film says that Pa.Ranjith, the director of the film may have confused the story at some point. Somewhere the core subject of the film Dalit ideologies and Rajnikanth’s mass effect strikes to each other. It is also sort of said as one time watch. There is a grey shade to the film which promises it to something else but not much of that is adapted in the full-fledge film.