Rajinikanth’s film-release is no less than a festival. The celebration is not limited till Chennai but overall. The Thailava is back with Kaala, and Mumbai’s heavy downpour also couldn’t stop fans from visiting cinema halls.
videos of fans brimming with joy, bursting crackers and dancing to their heart’s content (inside and outside the theatres) are all over the Internet. Like most of the times during Rajinikanth’s film release, people from Japan and other parts of the country joined the Indian fans to celebrate yet another film, where Thalaiva (as fans lovingly call Rajinikanth) takes the centre stage. Movie theatres are decked up with grand posters and hoardings of Rajinikanth’s film and it’s no less than a festival for fans of Rajinikanth worldwide today. Many call it a Diwali for them.
.@rajinikanth fans go crazy outside #AuroraTalkies as they welcome the latest movie of the #Thalaiva, #Kaala? ?? ?! #RajinikanthFans #Rajinikanth #Thalaivar #Matunga #AuroraCinemas #AuroraMatunga pic.twitter.com/aUzoiIsMJk
— mid-day (@mid_day) June 7, 2018
— Rohini SilverScreens (@RohiniSilverScr) June 6, 2018
Meanwhile, in France:
— #KaalaFrance 2.0 #TeraU165 (@universe_tera) June 6, 2018