Superstar Rajinikanthâ€™s Kabali is all set to take the box office by storm when it hits the screens on July 22 in most parts of the world and a week later in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Directed by Pa. Ranjith, this story of a don who fights for Tamils in Malaysia, will release in a record number of 480 screens in Malaysia where it was predominantly shot.
On July 29, the film will release in Indonesia in nearly 250 screens, which is the biggest release for a Tamil film ever.
The 65-year old star, who is currently vacationing in the US, plays his age in the film and briefly will also appear as a 32-year old.
Apparently, in his younger self, he will be seen for approximately 20 crucial minutes in the film, which also stars Taiwanese actor Winston Chao, Kishore, Dhansikaa, Radhika Apte, Kalaiarasan, Ritwika and Dinesh.
Kabali will also release in Telugu, Hindi and Malay. Meanwhile, Rajinikanth is expected to resume work on Shankarâ€™s magnum opus, 2.o from the third week of July.
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