Ad City brings to you the list of Rumoured contestants of Bigg Boss Season 12. So hold on to your seats and read this exclusive blog by Ad City.
Sunil Grover is one of the famous comedian actors of Bollywood and Tv show. He works in various Comedy drama shows in which the most famous character of Sunil Grover as Gutthi in Comedy Knight With Kapil Show. And The Kapil Sharma Show he also played the main character whose name is Dr.Mashoor Gulati or sometimes Rinki Bhabhi. So these are the famous character of Sunil Grover.
He Was born in Punjabi Family of Mandi Dabwali, in Sirsa District, Haryana. And His dad was a Manager in Bank. He also has an Elder Sister. Sunil Grover also has seen in some Bollywood movies so I think He would be the Bigg Boss 12 Contestant.
Bhuvan Bam is an Indian Comedian, Singer, and a Famous YouTuber. He was Born in Baroda and grow up in Delhi. And He started his career as a Musician Performing in Bars and Restaurants. After this, he started composing his own songs. His best single song is “Teri Meri Kahani”.
Bhuvan Bam Bigg Boss Season 12 Contestant
He completed his schooling at Green Fields School in New Delhi. And his Graduation from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. After this, He uploaded his comedy Video on YouTube, and his Goal was to cross 1M views which he achieved very quickly. Currently, he is one of the most subscribed YouTuber in India. He is known by its YouTube Channel BB Ki Vines. And He also works in The Bachelors of TVF (The Viral Fever) and in Haffi Fi’s Bro Court.
Mouni Roy is one of the famous Indian Television Actress and Model. She played a Lead Role of Shivanya Ritik Singh & Shivangi Rocky Pratap Singh in the Show Naagin. She also played a role of Meera in Tv Serial Junoon Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq. She also was a Contestant and the finalist of the Jhalak Dikhla Jaa in 2014.
Mouni Roy Bigg Boss 12 Contestant
She was born on 28 September 1985 in Bengali Family of Cooch Behar’s Gandhi Colony, West Bengal. Her Grand Father Shekhar Chandra Roy Was a Jatra Theatre artist. And her father Anil Roy is an office superintendent of the Cooch Behar Zilla Parishad and mother Mukti Roy is a Theatre Artist.
Aditya Pancholi is one of the famous Indian Film Actor Producer and Playback Singer who appears in numerous if Bollywood movies as well as Tollywood movies. He was Born on 12 September 1964, in a Pancholi family. His father Rajan Pancholi and mother Aruna Pancholi both are the filmmaker.
Aditya pancholi would be Bigg Boss 12 Contestant
He is famous for his negative role because he started his career as a lead performer however discovered more accomplishment with supporting and negative roles. And he also got a Filmfare nomination for the Best Performance in a Negative Role for Yess Boss (1997). And he also came in Limelight when his affair with Kangana Ranaut come in front of Media.
And after that he gave a statement Aditya has lost himself and he could use Bigg Boss 12 to make a return. Aditya Pancholi’s Career was too small but a lot of controversies make his famous.
Bigg Boss 12 Contestant could be Nia Sharma
Nia Sharma is an Indian TV on-screen character. She assumed the part of Manvi in the drama Show Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai. She played the female lead Role of Roshni in the Jamai Raja show. Nia has likewise been a Contestant in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi in 2017 and finished being among the main 5 finalists.
The Nia Sharma was ranked on No.3 in 2016 and No.2 in 2017 in the Top 50 Sexiest Asian Women List according to British Based Eastern Eye Newspaper
Nia Sharma was born on 17 September 1990 in Delhi. And her Real Name is Neha Sharma but she changed his name as she found it is common. She completed her schooling from JIMS Rohini, Delhi. She has one elder brother and she is very close to her Mother.
In the event that you are a late 80’s or mid 90’s conceived, at that point you should have without a doubt viewed Riya Sen films. She is a mainstream performer and had been in different well-known motion pictures like Jhankar Beats, Style and a couple of something beyond. At first, She was going extremely well in her motion pictures yet her acting profession couldn’t take off to statures.
Riya Sen as Bigg Boss 12 Contestants
She also feels in a disputable MMS of her and consequently, her profession couldn’t resuscitate after that. Additionally, Now we may get an opportunity to see her on Small screen as one of the members of Bigg Boss 2018.
Sapna Vyas Patel
Sapna Vyas Patel is a YouTube Video Blogger, Fitness Columnist – Ahmedabad Mirror, Motivational Speaker. She got celebrated in the wake of losing 33 Kg weight in one year.
Sapna Vyas Patel Bigg Boss 12 Contestant
Sapna used to weigh 86 Kg and inside 1 year she decreased her weight to 53 Kg. She now helps people in diminishing weight by giving tips by methods for Facebook, YouTube, and other casual correspondence locales.
Raj Sigh Arora
Raj Sigh Arora is an Indian Television Actor, and he is best known for its famous character Yuvraj Dev/Yuvi in STAR One Show Remix. Then he played a role of Mihir Arora on Tv Show Ye Hai Mohabbatein which is telecast on STAR Plus.
Bigg Boss Contestant Raj Singh Arora
Jaswant Singh (born 11 March 1991) is a professional model and he is also a second Runner up of Star Of India. He is a founder of pharmaceutical. He is a Social Worker
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Facebook marketing — marketing on and through Facebook (SEOmoz Ultimate Guide)
51. field marketing — people selling and promoting in person, “in the field” (The Handbook)
52. geomarketing — geo-targeting for marketing tactics such as price, promotion (Geomarketing in Practice)
53. global marketing — marketing of products/firms worldwide, global strategy and structure
54. green marketing — explicit promotion of products that are environmentally friendly (Green Marketing book)
55. guerilla marketing — low-budget, high-impact marketing, typically entrepreneurial (Jay Conrad Levison)
56. horizontal marketing — similar message across different groups/industries, in contrast to vertical marketing
57. inbound marketing — pulling in customers via content, instead of pushing ads or cold-calls (HubSpot)
58. industrial marketing — B2B marketing but specifically for large firms, esp. manufacturers (Wikipedia)
59. influence(r) marketing — focus on convincing a few influential people in a market (Influencer Marketing book)
60. informational marketing — providing useful/educational material to nurture audience, like content marketing
61. in-game marketing — in-game advertising, also known as advergaming, and in-game promotions (Wikipedia)
62. in-store marketing — promotions based at a retailer’s location (In-Store Marketing Institute)
63. integrated marketing — coordination and integration of multiple marketing tools, channels, vehicles (ClickZ)
64. interactive marketing — interactions between marketers and prospects, mostly online (Forrester blog)
65. Internet marketing — synonymous with online marketing and web marketing (Wikipedia)
66. internal marketing — marketing to one’s own employees to synchronize customer experiences (Wikipedia)
67. international marketing — marketing overseas/across national borders, same as global marketing (Wikipedia)
68. keyword marketing — researching and optimizing keywords in search marketing (WordStream blog)
69. local marketing — ad targeting and promotions to support brick-and-mortar stores (WilsonWeb)
70. Long Tail marketing — marketing to many niche segments that aggregate to a huge audience (Wikipedia)
71. loyalty marketing — focus on growing and retaining existing customers, e.g., rewards programs (Wikipedia)
72. mobile marketing — marketing delivered via mobile devices such as (smart)phones (Mobile Marketer)
73. multichannel marketing — using multiple channels to reach customers (Multichannel Marketing Metrics)
74. multicultural marketing — pursuing ethnic audiences with products, advertising, experiences (The Book)
75. multi-level marketing — marketing by recruiting others, who recruit more; e.g., pyramid scheme (Wikipedia)
76. new media marketing — essentially synonymous with online marketing, fading term (Wikipedia)
77. newsletter marketing — delivering regular newsletters to target audience via email or print (DIRECT article)
78. niche marketing — targeting very specific audience segments (Entrepreneur article)
79. non-traditional marketing — methods outside the norm, e.g., publicity stunts, guerrillamarketing (Inc. article)
80. offline marketing — all marketing that doesn’t happen online, traditional marketing (MarketingSherpa)
81. one-to-one marketing — marketing to individual consumers: identify, differentiate, interact, customize (book)
82. online marketing — marketing online, same as Internet or web marketing (Online Marketing Summit)
83. outbound marketing — contact prospects via ads, cold calls, list rental; opposite of inbound (BridgeGroup)
84. outdoor marketing — examples: door hangers, car advertising, billboards, balloons (eHow article)
85. out-of-home marketing — marketing to people in public places, e.g., outdoor marketing (Wikipedia)
86. performance marketing — marketing driven by performance metrics and ROI (Performance Insider)
87. permission marketing — inspiring your audience to want to hear from you (Seth Godin’s book)
88. personalized marketing — like one-to-one marketing, including product customization (Wikipedia)
89. persuasion marketing — derived from “persuasion architecture” for effective web marketing (the Eisenbergs)
90. point-of-sale marketing — advertising to customers at point of a purchase in a store (eHow article)
91. post-click marketing — user experience after an ad/email click, e.g., landing pages (ion’s blog)
92. PPC marketing — pay-per-click marketing on search engines, ad networks, social sites (PPC Hero)
93. product marketing — marketing around a particular product, versus corporate marketing (Wikipedia)
94. promotional marketing — broadly speaking, almost any kind of marketing to attract customers (PROMO)
95. proximity marketing — localized wireless distribution of advertising associated with a place (Wikipedia)
96. pull marketing — pushing messages to prospects, synonymous with inbound marketing (The Power of Pull)
97. push marketing — prospects pull messages from you, synonymous with outbound marketing (Wikipedia)
98. real-time marketing — accelerating marketing in the age of speed (David Meerman Scott book)
99. referral marketing — encouraging/incentivizing existing customers to refer new customers (Wikipedia)
100. relationship marketing — emphasis on building long-term relationships with customers (Regis McKenna)
101. remarketing — modern meaning: behaviorally-targeted advertising (Google Ad Innovations)
102. reply marketing — replying to end-users with personalized messages, e.g., Old Spice campaign (Wikipedia)
103. scientific marketing — application of analytical testing/statistical methods in marketing (Scientific Advertising)
104. search (engine) marketing — organic and paid promotion via Google, Bing, etc. (Search Engine Land)
105. self marketing — marketing yourself, also known as personal branding (U.S. News article)
106. services marketing — approaches for selling services instead of products (Delivering Quality Service)
107. shadow marketing — unexpected marketing outside the control of the marketing department (my post)
108. shopper marketing — understanding how consumer shop across channels and formats (Wikipedia)
109. social marketing — changing people’s behaviors for the better, not social media marketing (Squidoo)
110. social media marketing — interacting with prospects in social media channels (Social Media Insider)
111. sports marketing — use of sporting events, teams, and athletes to promote products (Wikipedia)
112. stealth marketing — ways of marketing surreptitiously to people, undercover marketing (HBR article)
113. street marketing — unconventional marketing in public places meant to engage prospects (Wikipedia)
114. technical marketing — marketing with technical depth to a technical audience (great post)
115. telemarketing — calling people on the phone with a pitch, usually uninvited (Wikipedia)
116. test-driven marketing — systematically and iteratively testing marketing ideas (Test-Driven Marketing)
117. time marketing — research on when to release and promote products in the market (Wikipedia)
118. trade show marketing — subset of event marketing, exhibiting and promoting at trade shows (TSNN)
119. traditional marketing — pre-Internet marketing methods and channels (MarketingProfs)
120. undercover marketing — when consumers don’t know they’re being steathily marketed to (Wikipedia)
121. user-generated marketing — marketing created by consumers, communal marketing (Disney campaign)
122. vertical marketing — packaging a solution differently for different industries (Wikipedia)
123. video marketing — incorporating videos in online marketing, leveraging YouTube (Pixability)
124. viral marketing — tapping into existing social networks to spread a marketing idea (Wikipedia)
125. web marketing — marketing on the web, synonymous with online marketing (Web Marketing Today)
126. word-of-mouth marketing — when happy customers spread your marketing message (WOMMA)
127. youth marketing — targeting young audiences, often using emerging channels (Wikipedia)
128. account-based marketing — marketing to individual, key accounts as markets of one (Wikipedia)
Have you ever thought how many types of marketing there are?
If you search just “marketing” on google you can will see tons of information loaded on your computer screen .So, when it comes to marketing your business, you have a lot of options to choose from.
That’s why we decided to put together a list of all the different types of marketing techniques that you could try.
1. affiliate marketing — paying affiliates to send traffic/customers to your website/business (Affiliate Scout)
2. agile marketing — using agile development methodologies in the marketing department (a manifesto)
3. ambush marketing — piggybacking marketing on a major event without paying for sponsorship (WSJ article)
4. analytical marketing — quantitative methods and models of marketing (Carnegie Mellon program)
5. article marketing — writing articles (online and offline) to promote one’s business (Wikipedia)
6. B2B (business) marketing — marketing to other businesses (B2B Magazine)
7. B2C (consumer) marketing — marketing to consumers (B2C Marketing Insider)
8. B2P (person) marketing — marketing to persons, in business and life (New Marketing Labs post)
9. behavioral marketing — targeting advertising/offers based on user behavior (ClickZ column)
10. blackhat marketing — primarily in SEO, unethically fooling the search engines to game rank (About.com)
11. brand marketing — developing your brand, often contrasted to direct marketing (Best Brands 2010)
12. buzz marketing — getting people to talk about your stuff, similar to viral (Mark Hughes book)
13. call center marketing — outbound telemarketing and handling of inbound prospect/customer calls
14. campus marketing — marketing to (and often by) college students, campus ambassadors (Boston Globe)
15. catalog marketing — marketing through printed catalogs delivered in the mail (DIRECT article)
16. cause marketing — businesses marketing cooperatively with nonprofit(s) to mutual benefit (Alden Keene)
17. celebrity marketing — use of celebrities as spokespeople, for endorsements or testimonials (BSI post)
18. channel marketing — marketing promotions through wholesalers, distributers, resellers (definition)
19. closed loop marketing — measuring ROI from lifecycle of marketing to sales (Closed Loop Marketing blog)
20. cloud marketing — using software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications for marketing (CloudMarketing.org)
21. cooperative marketing — companies co-marketing a jointly developed product, service or brand (Wikipedia)
22. communal marketing — engaging the public in the development of a marketing campaign (Wikipedia)
23. community marketing — marketing by building an online community (Jeremiah Owyang’s blog)
24. computational marketing — the marketing equivalent of computational finance (my post)
25. content marketing — producing useful or entertaining content for your audience (Chris Brogan’s post)
26. contextual marketing — delivering relevant, optimal messages/offers, esp. online (HBS article)
28. conversational marketing — actively engaging with consumers in two-way conversations (Nokia preso)
29. conversion (rate) marketing — optimizing conversion rate in online marketing and sales (ion’s blog)
31. corporate marketing — company-wide marketing and standards, esp. in multi-product firms (Forrester report)
32. cross-marketing — co-marketing, product bundling, co-promotion, licensing, etc. (Wikipedia)
33. culture marketing — branded content, the intersection of culture and marketing (Chief Marketer article)
34. data (web) marketing — using data as a marketing channel, esp. with the semantic web (my post)
35. database marketing — using databases, such as CRM systems, to drive marketing programs (The Book)
36. data-driven marketing — use data, especially analytics, to direct marketing decisions (Kellogg program)
37. digital marketing — marketing through digital channels, primarily the Internet (AdAge Digital)
39. direct response marketing — direct marketing expressly designed to solicit a response (Wikipedia)
40. disruptive marketing — applying disruptive innovation in marketing to create new markets (Digital Tonto post)
41. diversity marketing — marketing to different culture groups in audience, i.e. in-culture marketing (TransCity)
43. drip marketing — sending pre-planned messages to prospects/customers on a schedule (Inside CRM article)
44. email marketing — emailing prospects/customers, either by list rental or express permission (Email Insider)
45. entrepreneurial marketing — marketing in start-ups and new ventures, often guerilla style (MIT course)
46. ethical marketing — marketing ethics for being socially/morally responsible (Wikipedia)
47. event marketing — running events such as trade shows, conferences, seminars, festivals (Event Marketer)
48. expeditionary marketing — forging new markets before competitors (HBR article)
49. experiential marketing — enabling sensory interactions with brands (Experiential Marketing Forum)
50. Facebook marketing — marketing on and through Facebook (SEOmoz Ultimate Guide)
I think this move makes lot of money and hit the all time super hit, Because Dhanush is the best director of the file and he is new thought director and creativity, he had best team in Tamil Industry. Hope all the best to Dhanush, He has to prove he’s uncle value an image.
Superstar Rajinikanth’s highly anticipated tentpole film Kaala is finally set for a grand release worldwide. After disappointing audience and trade circles with Kabali last year, Rajinikanth and Ranjith Pa have teamed up again for Kaala which is set in the backdrop of Mumbai.
Featuring an ensemble cast in the form of Nana Patekar, Huma Qureshi, Sampath and few others, Kaala showcases Rajinikanth as a saviour of masses who fights for the oppressed dwelling in Mumbai slums. The trailers and teasers have received a roaring response from audience.
After good round of promotions, Kaala is releasing today. Can the Rajini – Ranjith combo deliver a big hit this time. Let’s find out.
Kaala is a movie that showcases slum people fighting against local leaders, who are planning on encroaching Dharavi for ‘Pure Mumbai’ project.
There is not much from story front in first half except setting premise for a confrontation between Kaala and Hari Dada.
The direction is realistic. Pa. Ranjith has discussed slum people issues well. Many dialogues help Rajinikanth political aspirations
AdCity brings to you the audience reaction of Rajinikanth’s new film “Kaala”.Let’s find out how well the movie has gone down with the audience and what are their views on the movie.
Sathish Kumar M: If #Kabali is 100% Ranjith film, #Kaala is 75% Ranjith Film. Scenes between Superstar with 2 heroiens @humasqureshi & #Eswari has come out well. Interval block was good. Second half could have been much better
#Kaala – Movie picks up speed after @humasqureshi introduction. @beemji has given more importance to actor Rajinikanth than our Mass Superstar. Thalaivar impresses in romance, comedy & fight scenes. Interval block is a big treat for Thalaivar fans
#KaalainVettri #kaala Thalaivar is always the one & only Superstar of indian cinema. Seeing lots of family crowd for 4 AM Show @ @VettriTheatres
Rohit Venkatraman: #Kaala – What starts as a @rajinikanth film ends as what @beemji perceived it . Superstar’s electrifying screens presence & dialogues are a major pull factor & i personally felt the plot in the 2nd half revolved around the current happenings in the state Rating – 3 / 5 Abv Avg
Kaushik LM: #Kaala – Felt that it’s far far better than #Kabali. @beemji has learnt his lesson and delivers a film which will appeal to majority of viewers, Superstar #Rajinikanth fans & also his core ‘arasiyal padam’ audience. And yes, he strongly forces his political ideology into the film
#Kaala 2nd half top takkar.. Sema
#Blockbuster! Podra repeatta!
My rating 3.5/5
#Kaala 1st half – The illustrations which present the flashback between Kaala & Zarina will be a big treat for Superstar #Rajinikanth fans. His vintage look, style and charisma have been sketched so well. Grt work
Waiting for the 2nd half to take off. Kaala vs Hari Dada!
#Kaala 1st half – Terrific interval block confrontation between Kaala & Hari Dada and the preceding rain fight, leave the crowd in high spirits. #NikkalNikkal #Superstar #Rajinikanth is at his very best compared to all his recent films. Evergreen .
Largely unhurried pace!
Haricharan Pudipeddi: Scenes between #Rajinikanth and @humasqureshi work beautifully, proving that on screen romance can be mature yet heartwarming. Huma is a revelation in a role she owns comfortably, never going overboard in portraying the right emotions.
Halfway through #Kaala . We get a #Rajinikanth, who is so comfortable in his shoes, owning some scenes with the kind of charisma that’s rare to see. On the story front, @beemji establishes the premise strongly without any distractions.
Hari: Considering Tamil nadu’s current gloomy industrial exploitation and political downfall, #kaala has some hefty dialogues , capitalising on little details like water served to a guest has ranjiths phenomenal touch. #Rajinikanth acting his age with wit and mass is a delight to watch
Shiva: #Kaala: The director has covered a lot of stuff in 150 mins – communalism (Rajni’s son), communism (people demanding bigger temples), politics, exploitation of poor by the rich, caste-divisions within the society and the whole Ram vs Raavan thing…
#Kaala is a very powerful film. The more you think about it, the more it grows on you. Over the time, this will be regarded as a classic.
#Kaala is a very powerful film. The more you think about it, the more it grows on you. Over the time, this will be regarded as a classic.
Christopher Kanagaraj: #Kaala | 1st hlf – Family drama with light political touch. Superstar’s simple intro; superb perf by all d actors. Gud camera, bgm & art work. ‘Zareena – Kaala’ first meet scene & interval block super. Less mass scenes, pretty lengthy! Waiting for Superstar – Nana Patekar clash.
#Kaala | 2nd hlf – Full of protest ‘Land is our right’ , Superstar mass is completely missing. Nana Patekar was literally wasted. Dead Old story & Uninteresting screenplay. Expected a Rajini film, but its actually a half baked Pa Ranjith film. ‘Porattam Poraattam..’ Kabali
Dhanvanth: This movie will refrain on the fact of what Rajini meant by anti-social elements while showing what Rajini is willing to offer when he comes into politics, and I hope the idiots who screamed that #Kaala will be a flop can brace themselves for the blockbuster of the year. (3/3)
@RajiniFollowers As an ardent Rajini fan I just finished watching the fdfs morning show for #Kaala in Canada, this movie is beyond beautiful in both story and visually. Not gonna say much cause I’m not gonna spoil it for @rajinikanth fans. (1/3)
SOHAIL KHAN: All in all, #Kaala is a pure #Rajinikanth paisa vasool film with award winning performance by @rajinikanth & @nanagpatekar. Well written script by @beemji. Sure shot
B-L-O-C-K-B-U-S-T-E-R. @wunderbarfilms @LycaProductions
⭐⭐⭐⭐ A Must watch
@nanagpatekar done a marvelous job as Harinath Desai. @humasqureshi performance is also good. Background score is just amazing by @Music_Santhosh. Action stunts are new and breathtaking!! Editing is average, it could be cut 10 minutes more. #Kaala (2/3)
Chitra: Going to bed on a high after watchin #kaala at singapore. not one dull moment!Loved the way the yearn of lost love was portrayed. #kannamma is beautifully haunting but especially loved the flashback portion. Brilliantly done @beemji @dhanushkraja @Music_Santhosh Thank u 4 #Kaala
Adcity expects Kaala to be another of Rajini’s Superhit film after Kabali and set new records in terms of gross earnings. As of now the movie has already made 230 cr even before its release from songs and other international releases.With this Adicty bids goodbye for now ,but will be back soon with other updates.Stay tuned till then and watch out this space for new updates.
Make no mistake. Kaala is an absolute Pa Ranjith film, and have no doubts, it is cut from the same cloth as Kabali. For one, both the films are about urban poverty and an underdog hero trying to save the day. But this time, Ranjith seems to have cracked the alchemy of exploiting Rajinikanth’s star power for his own good.
Adcity is here with an overall review of this new Thalaiva Movie which seem to promise something big on the silver screen.Here’s how the movie has fared uptil now.
Even the symbolism that Pa Ranjith is fond of, is replete in this film too, but this time… it works. The size of the photos of BR Ambedkar have become small now, and instead of a conspicuous close-up shot of the book My Father Balaiah, we have Ravana Kaviyam just lying in a corner of the frame in Kaala. Ranjith seems to have identified his past mistakes!
To talk about the story of Kaala, it is about a Dharavi-based gangster Karikalan, who is basically the king of the fort. This black-clad guy is the one who calls the shots in his chawl, and he will have the last word. And there is our white-clad villain, Haridada (played by Nana Patekar), the Mumbai politician, who just doesn’t show up at all for a very long time. But his presence is felt. He is everywhere in terms of posters and cutouts promising a clean and digital Dharavi. A dig at a certain someone?
Haridada is power hungry. He wants to replace Dharavi slums with skyscrapers and he has all the power to do it. But there is just one problem – Kaala.However, it is not Rajinikanth or Nana Patekar who steals the show in the first half. We get a terrific performance from Eswari Rao as Kaala’s wife Selvi. The romantic scenes between Kaala and Selvi are sights to behold. And top that with the ever-drunk Samuthirakani and his comedy stints. Kaala comes across as a brilliant family drama too.
Of all the leading characters in the film, the most under-written role has been given to Huma Qureshi ,who plays Kaala’s ex-lover Zareena. The way she enters the script also looks a bit contrived. But her purpose in the film is to be the catalyst that makes the Kaala-Selvi chemistry work.
Pa Ranjith keeps talking of ideologies. Kaala seems to be the personification of his ideas. The dialogue “Ellarum Kaala thaan (Everyone is Kaala),” which comes at the tail end of the film, sums up the entire film. And it takes some serious guts to make an ambiguous and abstract climax like this one in a Rajinikanth film.
Adcity would rate the movie 3 out of 5 for its slow paced narration may fail to keep the audience intact. However one should never doubt the power of Rajnikanth and his superb acting skills which are sure to add the extra bit to the movie. Huma Qureshi has also done a very fine job in her role as Zareena,Kaala’s Love Interest.Do watch the movie for an amazing performance by the two actors and the nerve wracking action scenes.