oday is Kabali Friday, It’s a one man show, and the Indian super star Rajinikanth alone takes a whole nation in hands. Yes. It’s the mesmerism of a south Indian super star’s charisma and the film Kabali has been proved, this will be the movie of the year. For the last few months, Rajini fans all over the world were in the thorn sharp, they murmured Kabali come soon, Kabali come soon, and at last Kabal came directly to the hearts of Rajini admirers.
Kabali movie is not a usual Rajni movie and the film moves in a way different from earlier releasing of the Indian super star. This film is the successful flowering of young talent Pa. Ranjith, and of course with the decision of super star to come out of his familiar comfort zone and to co-operate with new experiments.
Anyway the film clicked, and the Rajini fans all over the world are in joy and rejoice. Remember, The countries like Malaysia and Singapore where tens of thousands of Tamilians are living – it’s a bank of Rajni and a huge mass of admiration.
Kabali is not only a movie of Rajini’s Stylish making, but it has everything that you would prefer from a best entertainer and Kabali tells the story of a Don who rules the underworld. The shoot location of the movie is really enchanting and swanky, and Kabali holds a rare portraying of Rajini, he is acting as aged matured personality and the get up of Rajini is superb.
The film starts with a flash back of Gang 43, who was ruling the Malaysian underworld. Kabali is in the bars and he leads the rival team against gang 43, the team is now weak, absence of Kabali, makes arrogance to the rivals.
For the past 25 years Kabali is in the jail and the Malaysian government decides to release him from the jail, because they found Kabali’s habitual changing’s (philanthropic activities in the jail) and considered aging problems. Kabali permitted a free life out of jail.
Then, there are thrilling sequences and stunning actions of super star Rajinikanth. Then it’s the time begun to getting back the impacts, gang 43 experiences the bitter response from Kabali. The film is a lone man’s daring confrontation with the evil forces and basically the fight with good and bad, finally the godly wins. The first half of the movie is better with Rajni’s very particular performance.
Veera depends the Thailand sniper Yogi (Dhanshikaa), who causes to be the missed daughter of Kabali! Then the film goes to how Kabali meets fate to join with his wife Kumudhavalli (Radhika Apte) and destroys Tony (Winsten Chao) and his underworld worseness. The first half of the movie is at the peak of better sequences.
Rajinikanth not showed anything special to the gallery and scores with stylish expressions and his basic acting sense. So many frames of applaud lifting moments like the fighting scene where yogi protects her father and the joining again scene of Kabali with wife Kumudhavalli. Kabali would have been something different, if Ranjith had focused more on a realistic screen play instead of creating the story as a documentary.
Yes, Radhika Apte is performed brilliant and her combination with Rajinikanth looks new and their blend has worked out better. ‘Attakathi’ Dinesh has a typical role and he shines with a special body language. Dhanshika, John Vijay, Kishore and Ritvika and are all there in not important roles. A major fault of the film is the climax can be calculated by everyone, the villain is not strong and the songs are not good, comedy scenesare less,with all Rajinikanth films. Rajinikanth is in a get up something special.
The actor even at this age carries the film on his shoulder. It is the strong screen presence and sheer aura of the man that keeps us rooting for the film. Technically, Murali’s cinematography is top notch that he has shown Malaysia in a different angle. Santhosh Narayanan’s BGM elevates the film to a different level. Overall, Kabali raises a question,? Is the film is Rajni’s or Pa. Ranjiths? Anyway, Kabali is an enriched entertainer. Kabali is a very typical Rajinikanth movie; it has everything to entertain every class of audience. As an entertainer Kabali have the tit bits of enriched Rajni specials. Without age constraint, the movie ensures all cinematic masalas , come and enjoy..
A movie for all ages, from 16 to 60’s and above…