While you expect him to deliver a punch dialogue, we get see him recalling his teenage romance with Huma Qureshi (ex-girlfriend) and his current poignant love with his wife (Eswari Rao).
Rajinikanth accepts that he was deeply in love with Huma and at the same, in a scene, he cutely proposes to his wife Eswari Rao. When Nana Patekars granddaughter asks him Who is Kaala?, he says Raavan and there comes the Otha Thala Raavanan track.
The trailer also showcases the battle between the Good Rajinikanth who prefers to wear black and the evil Nana Patekar who chose white as his color. Right after the Sterlite protest, Kaala hinting that there are scenes involving thousands of people fighting for their rights under the leadership of Rajinikanth who says that land is the livelihood of his people and comes as a savior of the residents in Dharavi. Will the political parties see Kaala as a film or Rajinikanths political propaganda? Yes, with Kaala, the stage is set for Rajinikanths grand political entry!
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