Tamil’s one of the biggest responsive movie, which has broken almost all the records of the collection in Indian and overseas of Indian origin movies. The movie has collected almost 750 crores till now and is still getting a great response from the audience. The movie ‘Kabali’ is being directed by Pa.Ranjith and is being produced by Kalipuli S.Thanu. The star cast of this movie is not required to tell to anyone, one of the biggest superstars of Indian movies and god to the South Movies industry, Rajinikanth is playing the lead role in this movie. The age never defies the talent and courage to give superhit blockbuster movies like Rajinkanth does till now, even after having the most aged actor in the Bollywood, but still breaking all the recently made records of the Bollywood.
The other lead roles of the movie are being done by Radhika Apte who is playing the role of Kumudha the Kabali’s long lost wife, Dhansikha as Yogi Kabali’s Daughter, Winston Chow playing the role of Tony Lee the head of the gang 43.
The movie is about a gangster that story revolves around gangs who are seriously making the society suffer those unwanted circumstances which are just unacceptable and unimaginable by anyone. They are supplying drugs and doing illegal trafficking of girls, Kabali when comes to know about this gets very angry. He tries to stop all this but while he tries to stop them. He comes to know about his wife is still alive, who dies due to the massacre which happened at the Hindu Temple, due to this incident he was arrested for starting this massacre inside the area. After this, the story begins and he gets his daughter Yogi, then he finds her wife Kumudha and later on he again unites and manages his gang.
The most scenes of the movie are shot in Malaysia and some scenes were of Bangkok and Hong-Kong. The movie is released in many languages and all the languages got a great response from the audience too. The movie is also the highest opening day collection movie till now.
The ‘Kabali’ had the highest worldwide opening weekend for an Indian film overtaking` the record set by Sultan two weeks earlier. The film earned around ₹309 crore (US$46 million) worldwide during its 10 days of theatrical run.
Box office gross values of ₹600–675 crore were reported in the first 13 days.