In a recent media interaction, director Ranjith has revealed that there are few Malay and Chinese dialogues for Rajinikanth in Kabali.
As Rajinikanth plays an aged gangster who settled in Malaysia, there are sequences where he has to converse with Malay villains and that’s where Ranjith has incorporated those dialogues.
Sources say that Malay and Chinese dialogues of Rajinikanth are sure to receive thunderous applause. If reports are to be believed, the film has right mix of emotional and action elements, which would satisfy both the masses and movie buffs alike.
Produced by Kalaipuli S Thanu, Kabali will be releasing in more than 3000 screens on July 22nd. Though advance bookings have commenced in several territories, final deal between Chengalpattu theater owners and Thanu is yet to be locked.
It is worth mentioning that Thanu’s previous film Theri wasn’t screened in many theaters of Chengalpattu area as theater owners didn’t budge to the huge MG amount quoted by the producer.