Rajinikanth’s Kaala Movie Review
Kaala: Rajinikanth has certainly some political ambitions with this movie
Kaala is the story of a runaway boy who reaches Dharavi in Mumbai and becomes its don. But Kaala is goodie character who protects the slum dwellers from the vested interests who want to exploit the slum-land for personal gains. But Rajinikanth has different plans for this movie. He gave it a political touch by commenting on Cauvery issue.
So, what made Rajinikanth look at Dharavi?
It isn’t the first time that a feature film is made on Dharavi as this slum colony has been a central character of many movies including a film of the similar name. In the words of Rajinikanth, he decided to make a picture on Dharavi after coming from Malaysia. He might have political ambitions with this movie as it is his first movie after forming a political party but he denies having any political motives for making Kaala.
What could Rajinikanth achieve with Kaala?
The film presents him an undisputed leader of the masses and that he’s up against the corrupt politicians. It is an attempt to present Rajinikanth as a mass leader. He chooses Dharavi to show his sympathy towards the down trodden.
Huma Qureshi making her debut in Kollywood with Kaala
Zareena is a crucial character in Kaala and Huma Qureshi is the lucky actress who got the opportunity to work in Dharavi and work with Rajinikanth.
Kaala First Look & Poster
The film has several posters released for Rajinikanth and looks fierce in the posters. Projected as the King of Dharavi, Rajinikanth is seen surrounded by supporters in one of the posters. In another poster, he’s seen standing between Nana Patekar and Dharavi. Huma Qureshi is also seen one of the posters. Together all the posters attempt to project Rajinikanth as a mass leader.
Why watch the movie?
The first and the biggest reason to see Kaala is Rajinikanth. He’s a superstar with fans present across the globe. You won’t miss the movie, if you are a supporter of Rajinikanth. Second reason to see the movie is Dharavi that works as a mass puller for movies. Third reason to watch this picture is presence of stars like Nana Patekar.
I like #Kaala more than Kabali!
— Legend எமராஜ் (@RamnadLegend) June 5, 2018
— Huma Qureshi (@humasqureshi) June 3, 2018
- Kaala is Lord Yama, the god of death
- CMD of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra interested in the jeep in the poster of Kaala
- It is second film of Rajinikanth to get U/S certificate
- Pa Ranjith and Santhosh Narayanan came together fourth time to make Kaala