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Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte-starrer “Kabali” has got mixed reviews from the audience. The movie, which is released in India on Friday, July 22, is directed by Pa Ranjith and produced by Kalaippuli S Thanu.

Rajinikanth’s brilliant performance and his introductory scenes along with the background score have won appreciation, the slow narration has not gone well with a section of the audience. While the movie saw the light of the day in foreign countries on Thursday, July 21, it is released a day later in India.

Santhosh Narayanan has composed the music and “Neruppu Da,” “Mayanadhi,” “Veera Thurandhara” and “Vaanam Parthen” songs from the album have turned out to be chartbusters. G Murali and Praveen KL have handled the cinematography and editing departments, respectively.


“Kabali” is a gangster movie, in which Rajinikanth plays the role of the character of a don (Kabaleeswaran aka Kabali). Radhika Apte will be seen as his wife named Kumudhavalli. Dhanshika plays a sniper and Riythivika plays a school dropout drug addict.

The story begins with Kabali getting released from a Malaysian jail after being imprisoned for over two decades. The gangster had stood for the equal rights of the oppressed Tamils in Malaysia and waged war against drug and prostitution mafia run by a Chinese don Tony Lee (Winston Chao). Now, his first job is to find his missing wife and eliminate his enemies. WIll he be successful? Watch the film to know it.




People are loving Rajinikanth’s opening scene and his electrifying presence. The audience say that the narration is bit slow but has a strong subject. Overall, it is an emotional film. We bring you live updates from it. Find, the audience’s response to the movie: