Kaala Movie Review:
Director– Pa. Ranjith
Genre – Action
Studio – Wunderbar Films
Writer– Pa. Ranjith, Aadhavan Dheetchanya, Maginan
Rating – 3.0
A gangster who hails from Tirunelveli happens to be the King of Dharavi, he is known to embark with a crusade for keeping the land safe from the dreaded and mighty politicians and the land mafia. The role is played by the Rajnikanth, while there are other roles played by different people.
As he film starts, we get to see a casual introduction of the gangster Kaala played by Rajnikanth and we seen an instant shot ups the ante. The entire theatre would erupt with joy to see their superstar back on the silver screen after two long years since we saw in Kabaali. As you check the look and feel of the actor, he never seemed so good over the screen as one can see in this film. His chemistry with Zareena played by Huma Qureshi is incredible and offered an edge with their performances. Now talking about the way the film progresses is interesting. The first part seems natural and interesting, however, when we reach at the second half, it turns out to lose its rhythm and pace becoming too much predictable.
The pre-interval has much to offer to the audience particularly the fans of Rajni. It will remind you the yesteryear actor who did his actions with great passion and professionalism. We see loads of action in the first half with good VFX effects turning out to be a treat for the Rajinikanth’s fans. The other elements including direction, music, screenplay, editing, background score, photography and other elements seemed okay, which somewhere helps in boosting up the entertainment value of the film. Above all the performances of the actors in the lead role particularly Rajnikant seemed incredible.
Kaala Review The Last Word
The film Kaala has much to offer to the audience, better performances, good story and other elements, which seemed par as per the requirements of the audience. It could be a good watch both for the fans of the actor as well as others who are planning to catch the film this weekend.