Kabali shows the style mannan’s subtle dialogues and winning smiles and power-packed intelligent
actions in a reputable manner.
The movie flavoured with few elements of typical Tamil movies action thrillers there are amazing visuals that prolongs in the minds of every film buff. Violence and mass scenes of clashes somehow make some of the scenes just
But, shots are extremely unique in certain plots. Otherwise, things move in as usual as in an average movie.
There was not a single effort on the part of the director to make the hero unusually gigantic everywhere.
The audience will feel a genuine human approach everywhere, even if Rajnikanth’s performance turned extraordinary in almost all scenes.
He worked for the liberation of Tamil people in Malaysia.
Rajni never supported dons 43 team who wanted to enlarge their kingdom by engaging in drug trafficking and prostitution.
He had to face many challenges and trapped many times by his rival gangs.
Kumuda Valli (Radhika Apte) shows her elegant acting with emotional outburst when she finds her husband Kabali ( Rajnikanth) after a long time’s missing.
Their daughter (Yogi) Dhanshika is a smart action character always anxious about her papa’s safety when he was encircled many attacks and revenges ,usually finds in a gangsters’ life.
Kabali is a different, refined don after his 25 years of imprisonment.
The opposing gangsters led by Malaysian don follow Kabali through out his life even after his release from the jail.
However,Rajni’s emotional engagements, his thoughts and genuine expressions as a caring father and loving husband make fans happy and satisfied amid violent surroundings.
Danshika acted smartly to move ahead with the titan of Indian movie,Rajnikanth.
Background music by Santhsoh Narayanan really scored well.
Director Ranjith PA really put a scientific appeal of scene settings and timings, especially in flashbacks.
Songs are equally appealing.
Even if this movie has many violent scenes and crimes,Just the acting of Rajnikanth gives you a positive vibration.
Kabaleeswaran is the full name and it’s
a name of a Siva temple in Chennai.