Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kaala is all set to release on June 7 in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. The buzz in the trade is that unlike previous Rajinikanth starrers tickets are not selling like hot cakes for the opening weekend!
Theater owners say that the continuous box office failures of Rajinikanth, his recent political stunt and non-holiday release as a few reasons for the low buzz. A few theaters like Kamala and Udayam decided to not screen Kaala saying that the producers want them to sell tickets at a higher price but Wunderbar Films say that there is a contractual disagreement. Nevertheless, Kaala is Superstar Rajinikanth’s film and here we list 5 reasons why you should watch the film on big screen….
Well, Superstar Rajinikanth’s films are meant to be watched in theaters with his ardent fans cheering for their Thalaivar as he makes his slow-motion entry for the first time on the frame. His punch dialogues, racy moves, and screen presence are worth to watch on the big screen.
Director Ranjith for bringing back ‘actor ‘ Rajini
Though Kabali wasn’t a great film, it gave us back the ‘actor’ Rajini whom we missed after he started signing commercial action films. Sources say that in Kaala, Rajinikanth’s emotional sequences with his family, ex-lover(Huma Qureshi) and wife (Eshwari Rao) have come out well.
Nana Patekar’s face off with Rajinikanth
Bollywood’s acclaimed actor Nana Patekar plays the baddie in the film. In Kabali, the villains were not powerful but Ranjith says he has compensated it in Kaala by roping in the powerful performer Nana Patekar who plays a corrupted politician in the film.
Ensemble of actors
The film has a lot of talented performers including Samuthirakani, Aruldoss, Sampath, Arvind Akash, Anjali Patil, Pankaj Tripathi, Ravi Kale, Yatin Karyekar and Sayaji Shinde so performance wise there shouldn’t be any mistake.
Six stunts and a strong technical team
Dhilip Subbarayan has revealed that Kaala will have six stunt sequences and climax fight in the fire backdrop will be a clap worthy moment in theaters. Rajinikanth is said to have pulled off a lot of stunt sequences in the film without the body double so fans are quite excited about the news. Kaala also has a strong technical team including Santhosh Narayanan who is known for his brilliant background score, National Award winning editor Sreekar Prasad and Murali who is responsible for his intriguing visuals in Kabali and Madras.