Published: Wed, June 06, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Rajinikanth's Kaala earns Rs 230 crore ahead of release

Rajinikanth's Kaala earns Rs 230 crore ahead of release

Owing to Rajinikanth's stand on the formation of Cauvery Management Board, the pro-Kannada groups have threatened to stall the release of Kaala in Karnataka.

Rajinikanth and Pa. Ranjith's previous film, Kabali, had minted Rs. 218 crore ahead of its release.

Everybody is anxiously waiting for the release of the movie.

Kaala is expected to do well since it will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.

On several counts, Kaala doesn't seem like a Rajinikanth film. The chamber has asked all its members to not release the film in the state.

He also added: "Please don't think we are hell-bent on releasing the film only in Karnataka, it is going to open in theatres across the world and if the movie is not released only in Karnataka it would not be good for the state".

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The hardened stance of the chief minister comes a day after he met with veteran Tamil actor, Kamal Haasan, who offered to help bridge any differences between the two southern states, including in the Cauvery river water issue.

The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday directed the Karnataka Government to initiate steps and measures for peaceful screening of movie "Kaala", starring Rajinikanth, from June 7.

Stating that it was the government's duty to follow the court orders to provide security to centres screening the film, Kumaraswamy said, "in my personal opinion as a Kannadiga, in such situation where there is opposition, it is ideal if they will not release the movie".

Despite the controversy, Rajinikanth is confident that Kaala would be appreciated by the Telugu audience as well. The Additional Advocate General, Shivanna, told the court that the government has not received a list of theatres, dates and other details of release for it to take action.

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