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‘Kaala’ teaser is here: Bad boy Rajini knocks it out of the park again !!

Kaala teaser

The secret for Rajinikanth‘s quite anticipated film Kaala might not have had the perfect discharge but rather fans will take anything that comes their direction.

The secret was discharged at midnight on March 2, after a scene from the film was spilled.

It opens with Nana Patekar saying, “Kaala, what kind of name is that?” Well, we as a whole recognize what kind of name that is – one that has a place with the genius and conveys with everything the punch that is required on the planet.

Nana’s inquiry is replied by a fix of Rajinikanth holding an umbrella in the downpours. With some great shades and a white whiskers. This is trailed by a voice-over (Samuthirakani?) clarifying what Kaala implies – dark, the person who battles to ensure. In any case, is everybody content with battles?

Eswari Rao, who plays Rajini’s significant other in the film, isn’t inspired unmistakably! Like Kumudhavalli, who was Rajini’s better half in his first film with Pa Ranjith, she gives off an impression of being a decisive lady.

Nana and Rajini have something of a standoff, with the previous wearing the white and the last in dark. Nana’s character says that he wishes to clean the world, while Kaala counters him by saying that dark is the shade of the specialists of the world.

“Go to my chawl and see, all the soil will look bright to you,” he shoots back.

And after that there’s the climax, blending Hindi and Tamil, the whiz snaps his fingers and tosses a test into the air, “Kya re? Setting ah? Vengaiyin mavan, I’m remaining solitary, come in the event that you have the guts!” (no, the English interpretation doesn’t do equity to the swag).

The mystery races to the end with some goosebump-prompting music (by Santosh Narayan). And afterward Thalaivar says, “You haven’t seen the full rowdyism of Karikaalan, isn’t that so? You will see it!”

The mystery additionally has Ambedkar’s celebrated words for Dalit liberation – Educate, Agitate. Be that as it may, does not have the third word, ‘Sort out’. Why so? We have over a month to talk about!

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