Published: Sat, April 21, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Rajinikanth's 'Kaala' to release worldwide on June 7

Rajinikanth's 'Kaala' to release worldwide on June 7

Dhanush took to Twitter to announce the new release date. And the film which was slated to release on April 27 will now only hit theatres on June 7.

The makers of Rajinikanth's Kaala have finally put an end to the rumours pertaining to the release date of the flick. While Kaala see Thalaivar playing the titular role of a powerful don living in Dharavi slums of Mumbai, Race 3 features Salman Khan as a family man with grey shades.

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The strike in the Tamil film industry had reportedly affected the film's release.

This will be the first film for Rajinikanth after the announcement of political entry. Meanwhile, Rajinikanth also awaits the release of his massive sci-fi thriller "2.0", directed by Shankar. It's the second big opportunity for the director to helm the project starring Rajinikanth in the lead.

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Apart from the overseas centres, the simultaneous release would have impacted both the movies in the regions like Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh where both the stars enjoy good fan following. The film also stars Nana Patekar, Samuthirakani, Eswari Rao, Huma Qureshi, Anjali Patil, Sukanya, Aravind Akash, Sayaji Shinde, Ravi Kale, Pankaj Tripathi, Dhileepan, Yatin Karyekar and Sakshi Agarwal.

The music of the movie has been scored by Santosh Narayanan.

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