Kabali Review And Rating Featured
Actors: Rajinikanth, Radhika Apte, Dhansika, Winston Caho, etc.
Story direction: Pa Ranjit.
Producer: Kalaipuli S. Thanu.
Banner: V Creations.
Cinematography: G. Murali.
Editor: K. L. Praveen.
Music: Santosh Narayan.
Release date: July 22, 2016.
Kabala starring super star Rajinikanth and directed by Pa. Ranjit came in with unprecedented expectations today. We all know the sensation the trailer of this flick created. This film showcased the Rajini mania to the world. Reviews from US poured early in the morning enticing for a treat on the cards. Has the Kabali reached the expectations?, let us see. (Kabali Review)
Story: (Kabali Review)
In a gang war that took place in Malaysia, mafia don Kabali comes out of jail after serving 25 years. He wanted to live a normal life after coming out of jail and manages to do so for some time. But, his enemies who were waiting for his release are on the mission to kill him. Kabali once again becomes don knowing that the fate of Tamilians has not changed in Malaysia even after his fighting for 25 years. What are the challenges he faces in this process? Why did Kabali become a don in the first place and what are the circumstance leading to this? Watch on screen for answers.
Attractions: (Kabali Review)
Rajini will entertain his fans in the role of an angry young man who fights for justice in the flashback episode. His complete different getup as an aged don is simply superb. But, here is the flip side, the director seemed to concentrate more on the look and style of Rajinikanth than the actual story. He managed to show the difficulties faced by Indians in Malaysia. Scenes where Rajini comes out of jail and starts a new life, his journey with his daughter are worth a mention. Radhika Apte as his wife was brilliant. Especially, in the scenes of meeting Kabali after many years. Dhansika as the daughter of Kabali was apt.
Major drawbacks: (Kabali Review)
There are not many attraction in the story except 2 or 3 twists. Dialogues take the most important place after style in Rajinikanth's movies, but this film has very few punches and that too not worth mentioning. There are few Rajini-mark dialogues and far between. Second half was real slow and was mostly boring. This film also lacks the entertainment that a common audience expects. Director failed to make full-fledged film that connects wholesome audience though he has a good subject and great premise.
Conclusion: (Kabali Review)
This film is bearable if one watches with no expectations, that too just for Rajini's style.