As 'Kaala' releases, Rajini begins his next film! details

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Meanwhile, the initial reports for the Rajinikanth starrer Kaala have been largely positive, with praises pouring in for Rajinikanth and Pa Ranjith.

"This is HUGE! #Kaala is the FIRST ever Indian film to be released in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia!", Wunderbar Fims, the production company owned by actor Dhanush and his wife Aishwarya said on Twitter. They will ensure a smooth run for Kaala. "We will protest it and stop it". In fact, the Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy also went on the record saying that it was not advisable to release "Kaala" in the state following stiff protests.

Well, all the fans of the Superstar and the genuine movie lovers have been shocked by the reports. We are waiting for it from morning. "Depending on the demand, we will increase the number of shows".

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Other fans had made the journey to Chennai or to Hosur across the border in Tamil Nadu just to be able to see the film. "I would imagine, (given) the socio-political stand Rajini Sir has taken in the past one year, people might have started looking at him differently from the demi-god that he used to be", said Pookutty.

Earlier in the day, over 100 theatres and multiplexes across Karnataka deferred screening the film amid vociferous protests against the film over Rajinikanth's pro-Tamil Nadu stance on the Cauvery river water sharing issue. "We are really big fans of Rajinikanth but especially when it comes to the language and Cauvery river.We are fighting for our rights". "Also, a section of Rajinikanth's audience is not happy with his entry into politics", said Mohan.

As the admirers celebrated the release of the much-awaited film by dancing to the beat of the drums, the skies too opened up to match the footsteps of Rajini lovers.

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