The team of the Rajinikanth-starrer Kaala was looking at a MAJOR financial loss (Of a figure somewhere around a whopping amount of 20 crores!) as the Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce had banned the screening of the film in their state after the superstar had made an unsavory remark over the Cauvery issue. The film in question seemed like it will have the same fate as Padmaavat (Although NOWHERE as intense and dire as that) as reportedly, a few fringe groups had threatened the distributors and exhibitors that should they even dare to screen the film, they will be subjected to extreme consequences.
But, it seems like all is well now and justice has been duly served as the Karnataka HC has ruled in favor of the Rajinikanth-Huma Qureshi and Pankaj Tripathi-starrer and has even ordered additional degree of safety for the cine-goers.
Check out this tweet by noted trade analyst Ramesh Bala to feed yourselves with the exact details of the verdict
Then State to give protection to these theaters when the movie releases..
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) June 5, 2018
Now, isn’t it time for the Karnataka-based Rajinikanth fans to do the happy dance?
On the work front, after Kaala, Rajinikanth will be seen opposite Akshay Kumar in 2.0, the sequel to the 2010 blockbuster Enthiran. 2.0 is touted to be the most expensive Indian film yet.
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