The trailer of Rajinikanth’s Kaala has set a right buzz around the movie by presenting some of the best moments of the film in the 1.30-minute video. The clip showcases what his fans love to see in his movies. As a result, it has taken his fans by a storm.
The trailer of Rajinikanth’s Kaala was released on Monday, May 28. The video was supposed to be unveiled at 7 am, but it was delayed due to some technical issues.
The clip gives an outline of the storyline. Going by the trailer, Rajinikanth will lock horns with the crooked politician played by Nana Patekar. The superstar raises to the occasion when the situation demands him to stand up for his people.
It is a power-packed clip which showcases Rajinikanth in stylish avatars. Dressed in black shirt and dhoti, the actor has punch dialogues which have undercurrent political messages.
In short, it has managed to win the viewers’ appreciation.
April 28 is a special day for Rajinikanth’s family as it was on this day that he was taken to Singapore after falling sick in 2010. “#28thMay2011 was that day… I’ll never forget !! The day we took Appa to Singapore for his health treatment … Gods grace we returned days later with him back in good health, thanks to all your prayers & good wishes .. Today 7 years later this is for your love [sic],” Soundarya Rajinikanth tweeted.
Pa Ranjith’s Kaala is an action-packed political thriller, which has Nana Patekar, Samuthirakani, Ravi Kale and others in the cast. Huma Qureshi plays the female lead in the Rajinikanth flick, which is set in the slums of Mumbai.
In a bid to reach out to a large section of the audience, WunderBar Films has teamed up with Twitter to bring out ’emoji’ which appears next to the hashtag, every time people mention the word ‘Kaala’ on the social media platform in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
The emoji has been designed from Rajinikanth’s character from Kaala and will be active between May 28 and June 10.
“Rajinikanth is India’s biggest megastar and we are very excited about the launch of the emoji. We’re thankful to Twitter for this vibrant emoji that we’re sure his fans will absolutely love,” said S Vinod, executive producer and COO of Wunderbar Films Private Limited, in a press release.
Vijay’s Mersal was the first South Indian movie to get an ’emoji’ on Twitter. Ilayathalapathy’s character as a village head had been turned into an emoji.