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Kabali review: Rajinikanth Sheds Heroism In This Painfully Slow Emotional Drama

Kabali review: Rajinikanth Sheds Heroism In This Painfully Slow Emotional Drama


Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte-starrer “Kabali” has got mixed audience from the viewers. The film, which is discharged in India on Friday, July 22. It is pure madness among the fans. But we are not surprised as Rajinikanth’s Kabali finally releases to jammed theaters across the world on Friday.  As far as the Kabali reviews are concerned, From US to Malaysia, Singapore to Japan, fans have been accumulating the theatres to catch the earliest show possible of the superstar’s new film.

rajnikanth's kabali

Rajini’s splendid execution and his early on scenes alongside the introductory scenes have won appreciation while on the other side, the slow narration has not gone well with a section of the audience. “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.

long ques outside the ticket counters to watch kabali

In the event that happened, his Kabali presentation scene would bring a brief smile on some of his fans’ expressions as it’s nostalgic of the last’s emotional passage in his introduction film Apoorva Raagangal (1975), and this part is a confirmation to the slightest Rajini film that takes after. People are loving Rajinikanth’s opening scene and his electrifying appearance. The audience revealed that the narration is bit slow but has a strong subject. Overall, it is an emotional film. Here are some of the tweets about Kabali –

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