The movie Kabali is one of the biggest and most awaited movie of the Indian movies Industry, with starring a superstar and god-like personality of South Indian Movies is also stays as one of the most rewarded feature for the movie. 2016 is also called as the year of block-busters because of the release of Indian Tamil-language gangster-drama movie ‘Kabali’ which is being written and directed by Pa. Ranjith and produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film basically revolves around the gang war between Kabaleeswaran which is honorably and perfectly portrayed and played by Rajinikanth and Tony Lee who is portrayed by Taiwanese actor Winston Chao. The other gens of the movie is Radhika Apte, Dhansika, Dinesh Ravi, Kalaiyarasan, and John Vijay who are also starring as in pivotal roles.
The Principal photography for the movie first began on 21 August 2015 in Chennai. While filming mostly occurred in Malaysia, so many smaller scenes were shot in Bangkok and Hong Kong.
The film was released in Tamil along with dubbed versions in Telugu and Hindi on 22 July 2016, while the film was released in Malay a week later. Kabali was released on 3200 screens in India, of which 2200 were in South India. Upon release, the film had the largest opening weekend for any Indian film worldwide and became the second highest grossing Tamil film ever.
the basic story of the movie revolves around, a Kuala Lumpur–based don Kabaleeswaran alias Kabali (Rajinikanth) is released after spending 25 years in prison on a false charge of starting a massacre at a local Hindu temple that killed many, including his wife Kumudhavalli alias Kumudha (Radhika Apte). He immediately resumes charge of his old gang and soon confronts Loganathan alias Loga (Mime Gopi), a drug smuggler. Loga insults Kumudha, saying that she would have been sold into prostitution had she been alive. In retaliation, Kabali rams his car into Loga, killing him; however, the incident makes him believe that his wife may be still alive. In the very end the movie takes a very strange turn which ends up,
Kabali decides to finish Veera and Tony once and for all. He and his family attend the 100th birthday party for a respected Malaysian don Ang Lee, who had invited all gangs, including the Gang 43. At the party, Kabali starts a shootout with the help of Kumaran, which ends with him killing Veera and Tony.
Some months later, Kabali, Kumudha and Yogi attend a function organised by the Free Life Foundation. One of the Free Life alumni, a youngster name Tiger being played by Johnny’ Hari, who is known to be aggressive and reckless, walks up to Kabali, with scenes showing him speaking to the police prior to the function. The screen cuts to black, and the sound of a gun clicking and a gunshot afterwards is heard.
The film in overseas is estimated to cross 130 crores which would takes its total worldwide income above 321 crores as net profit whereas gross at 480 crore whereas Sultan till now stands at worldwide income of 454 crores as net and gross at 580 crores.
Kabali had crossed the mark of Rs. 320 cr. on the domestic box office and the total collection of Kabali is set at more than Rs. 650 cr. which is so good for the makers of Kabali. Kabali is still on the big screens and doing well on the box office day by day.