The actor tweeted, "Have always been a huge Rajni fan, can't wait to watch Kaala". Expectations are high on this film and Nitish is excited to be sharing the screen space with the legendary star Rajinikanth.
Mumbai: Excitement and enthusiasm is simmering among superstar Rajinikanth's fans whose is making a comeback to cinema with his latest movie "Kaala" that has hit the big screens today.
The trade experts are of the opinion that Kaala might not register the record opening and surpass the opening-day collection of Rs 21.50 crore, set by Kabali.
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But the issues around Kaala in Karnataka brought the movie under the spotlight and it was evident after the massive increase in the ticket sales just two days before the film's release. Protestors held demonstrations outside theatres in Bengaluru asking fans to not watch the show.
"If they forcefully release the movie they will have to face the consequences".
Pro-Kannada organisations continued to protest against the handful of multiplex that did decide to screen the movie. "There is no question of seeking an apology but the actor should state that he will help resolve the Cauvery issue", Sa Ra Govindu, president of the Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce (KFCC) and pro-Kannada activist said.
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However, two cinema theatres in Ballari and Raichur districts chose to screen the movie.
Earlier, Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy had suggested voluntarily backing off from the release in view of the sentiments of the protesters. Kaala's release seemingly more impacted by politics than even Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavat, that was released after the Supreme Court's directions. The film will be screened without any unpleasant incident between police tight security. Also his last few films haven't done well.
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