Show starts at 5 am! Kabali fever takes over Chennai, Mumbai

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jul 22, 2016, 12:43 pm IST
Updated Jul 22, 2016, 2:53 pm IST
It was a festival outside theatres as fans lit firecrackers and danced to the beat of drums.
Fans are down with 'Kabali' frenzy.
 Fans are down with 'Kabali' frenzy.

Mumbai: At Indian box office, a film’s first day, first show usually opens at a respectable hour in the morning but Kabali’s first day, first show began sharp at 5 am in Chennai. Well, it’s a Rajinikanth film, so rules don’t get much importance.

Before starting the ‘Kabali’ journey, fans gathered outside theatre around 4 am to cheer for their superstar. The vision reminded us of popular festivals as fans lit firecrackers and danced to the beat of drums.

 

Kabali feverKabali fever takes over (Photo: Twitter)

Kabali feverKabali fever takes over (Photo: Twitter)

Not only in Chennai, but Mumbai too was down with ‘Kabali’ fever as the city’s Aurora Theatre (the owner is a Rajinikanth fan) witnessed similar frenzy on Friday (July 22). Fans flooded the theatre early morning to watch their favourite  superstar.

Bengaluru is also in on the frenzy!

But is it a good film? Well, mixed reactions to that one. 





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