Kabali
An underdog becomes a saviour.
2D

Kabali

Tamil, Hindi
RomanceDrama
22 Jul, 2016
2 hrs 32 mins
69%
72,903 votes
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Kabali is a gangster film starring Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte in the lead. This crime action film depicts the eternal victory of good over evil. The protagonist fights to bring justice to the people who suffer.
Verdict: The Emperor is back with a Bang! Right from the day the movie was announced, there were humongous expectations for Kabali. This being director Pa. Ranjith`s third directorial venture after Attakathi and Madras, fans could not wait to see how he would showcase their demi-god on the big screen. After the recent relative commercial []... ...Read full review
The film is Technically rock solid in each department and the background score of the film is just amazing. The Mass moments and elevations are very strong in the film. ...Read full review
Pa Ranjith needs to be credited for giving ample scope to Rajinikanth to reinvent himself and this phenomenal actor never ceases to amaze us. He manages to keep his facial expressions, gestures and his signature style intact, even at the age of 65. ...Read full review
Though, with Kabali, most of the audiences were expecting a `Ranjith film which has Rajini`, it is the Superstar, like in most of his previous films, who carries the entire film in his shoulders, even though other actors shine in their respective roles. His scores of fans, needless to say, are in for a treat, watching him in, probably, the most stylish and dapper avatar in his recent outings. ...Read full review
Its easy to forget that Rajnikanth was once an actor who played real characters and delivered enduring performances. For a generation of viewers who know him only from the Chuck Norris-style jokes and memes, or from blockbusters like Baasha, Sivaji and Enthiran, it would be wise to watch some of his earlier work I strongly recommend Mani Ratnams Thalapathi. This is before Rajnikanth became trapped in roles whose only purpose was to further the cult of Rajni. ...Read full review

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