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Petta
2D

Petta

Tamil, Hindi, Telugu
ActionDrama
10 Jan, 2019
2 hrs 52 mins
82%
218,691 votes
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Though he works as a hostel warden, there is more to Kaali than meets the eye. Things take an interesting turn when Kaali's path crosses with a group of dreaded gangsters.
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Verdict: Rajnikanth proves yet again that he`s the No. 1 superstar. Petta, directed by Karthik Subbaraj, is a character-driven film with Thalaivar as the lead. Its an out-and-out mass entertainer where Rajinikanth steals the show, supported by a stellar cast including Vijay Sethupathi, Simran Bagga, Trisha Krishnan, Sananth Reddy, M. Sasikumar, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bobby Simha, Megha Akash, Mal... ...Read full review
Petta is less of a Karthik Subbaraj film, but it gives Rajini fans their Thalaivar in a way that they have been dying to see him, celebrating the Rajinisms. ...Read full review
Petta, Rajinikanth`s second film in two months, releases today. Karthik Subbaraj had promised to bring back the vintage Rajinikanth. He delivers that. Petta is a classic Rajinikanth film that his fans should not miss. ...Read full review
Petta is the best Pongal gift for all the Rajinikanth fans. Director Karthik Subbarajs fan moments are seen throughout the 2 hours 50 minutes film. Rajinikanths style, dialogues and action sequences are a feast for the audience who have been waiting to see the superstar return on the silver screen. ...Read full review
Rajinikanth`s swag and Karthik Subbaraj`s direction make this a mass entertainer. ...Read full review
Rajinikanths movie celebration of everything that his fans love about it. They will all go home happy after watching this Karthik Subbaraj. ...Read full review
Jigarthanda and Iraivi were sprawling stories but there was a sense of a gradual buildup, the sense of the narrative noose being slowly tightened. But Petta looks rushed and even the Karthik Subbaraj flourishes come off like affectations. ...Read full review