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"Kabali will have a political backdrop"

Monday, July 11, 2016 • Tamil Comments
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The entire film fraternity and movie buffs are waiting with bated breath for the release of Superstar Rajinikanth's 'Kabali'. The pre-release buzz for this Pa.ranjoith directorial has gone to a extremely huge level even when compared to the buzz for other Rajinikanth films in the recent past.

In 'Kabali' Rajinikanth plays an ageing don and comparisons with his previous don flick 'Baasha' which was one of the biggest blockbusters in the Superstar's illustrious career are unavoidable.

However actor Kishore in his exclusive interview to Indiaglitz, explained what makes 'Kabali' unique and different from 'Baasha'. Kishore has acted as one of he lead villains in 'Kabali'.

"We can not say like that just because of the common underworld background. There are so many love stories. Love is common but that will be narrated with different characters, background and backdrops. Like that this is based in Malaysia. It will have a political backdrop. The political and social reasons of what lead to the formation of an underworld in Malaysia have been discussed. Tamilians, Chinese and Muslims are the three major communities living there. The film deals with how they came into this, how they evolve, what is their relationship with the politics etc. Ranjith has tried to show many serious issues in this film. Despite this being a commercial film, there will be a lot of serious issues in the undercurrent."

Kabali produced by Kalaipuli.S.Thanu is expected to hit the screens on July 22. The film stars Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte in lead roles.

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