Kaala Cast, review, release date, story, budget, box office, Scenes

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Rajinikanth latest movie Kaala Cast, review, release date, story, budget, box office, Scenes. rajinikanth kaala movie is now trending in India and all over the world. Kaala Cast, story, box scenes are amazing. In this movie, you will see your favorite actor Rajinikanth as Karikaalan and Nana Patekar as Haridev Abhayankar. This movie in the Tamil Language‎ but Rajinikanth has fans in all over the world.

Kaala is one of the most view movies in India and All over the world in 2018. you will also see Rajinikanth in 2.0 (Film).  Ranjith pushes his ideology too much movie after movie. In a gangster movie, we always expect a Baasha, but hard to accept because, at the age of 68, Rajinikanth beautifully gives himself fully to the directors’ desires & still pushes the boundaries. This is a socialistic movie and Ranjith had done well with this movie. But some scenes are childish which makes the movie look awkward a little bit. But this movie is watchable and had a social message as in every Rajinikanth movie. In this movie, he plays “Kaala” who is like the messiah for the slum dwellers of Dharavi who are on the verge of being evicted out by builders backed by a strong politician Haridev Abhyankar aka Hari Dada played by the very talented Nana Patekar !! How “Kaala” fights for the rights of the downtrodden and constantly.

Kaala Story:

Few People in Mumbai who had migrated Tamil Nadu of living in Dharavi slum in Mumbai. In this district Abhayankar alias Hari Dada living as a Union Minister. Abhayankar try to evict the people and great a gang. He and his Gangster again try to evict people and try to seize the land of Dharavi. After one year, he becomes a minister. He promising people to furnished homes to people through a Government scheme. But they played a game. Then Karikaalan (Rajinikanth) who buildings a construct with help of his area Dharavi. Karikaalan (Rajinikanth) also living in Dharavi and he knows about everything that’s going on. He tries to help the poor. His ex-lover Zareena who backs to Dharavi for a long time ago. She is now, head of an NGO to improve the living standards in Dharavi. Hari Dada’s failed attempts to kill Kaala in order to take control over the area leads to the death of Kaala’s wife (Easwari Rao) and elder son Selvam (Dileepan). Kaala promised to people of Dharavi he will protest this place against Hari Dada. Both are fighting each other.

Director: Pa. Ranjith
Writers: Shivgopal Krishna, Maginan
Main Stars: Rajinikanth, Nana Patekar, Easwari Rao
Genres: Action | Drama
Country: India
Language: Tamil
IMDb review: 6.9/10
Google Rating: 86% liked this film
Budget: ₹140 crore (INDIAN RUPEE)
Box office: est. ₹150.40–159.56 crore (INDIAN RUPEE)
Release Date: June 6, 2018
Also Known As: Kaala Karikaalan

Kaala Scenes:

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Kaala Cast:

Rajinikanth as Karikaalan “Kaala”
Nana Patekar as Haridev Abhayankar (Hari Dhadha)
Huma Qureshi as Zareena
Eswari Rao as Selvi
Sayaji Shinde as Maharashtra Minister
Ravi Kale as Sunil
Manikandan as Lenin
Sampath Raj as Vishnu Bhai
Samuthirakani as Vaaliyappa
Pankaj Tripathi as Inspector Pankaj Patil
Anjali Patil as Charumathi (Puyal)
Nitish Veera as Kathiravan
Dileepan as Selvam
Aravind Akash as Sivaji Rao Gaekwad
Vikram as Kaala’s son
Sakshi Agarwal as Kaala’s daughter-in-law
Aruldoss as Mani
Arundhati as Kaala’s daughter-in-law

Here is the list of Kaala Cast, review, release date, story, budget, box office, Scenes. Kaala is a perfect Rajini film, It has all commercial elements that you can expect from a Rajini film. And on the same side, it has all the qualities of a Ranjith film. This time the director Ranjith used his chance and proved that he can deliver a Rajinikanth film. Rajinikanth as his tool to deliver his ideologies. Delivers an extraordinary social subject in a commercial way. A gangster King of Dharavi, fights for keeping the land safe from mighty politicians and the land mafia. In this world, where the importance of land is high, the suppression of the downtrodden and the greed of the power-hungry politicians is clearly shown.
the film is worth watching. not only the director used acting, style, aggressive mannerisms in the best way but also has managed to impress the audience with his simple storytelling which makes it way towards the audience.

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