Rajinikanth’s Kaala: Despite 20 crore loss, movie earns 230 crore before release

Karnataka must provide security for Kaala: High Court

Karnataka must provide security for Kaala: High Court

A vacation bench comprising Justices A K Goel and Ashok Bhushan refused to entertain plea of the petitioner who claims to be the original scripwriter of the film and told him that he may be compensated in future if the court gives verdict in his favour, but release of the film can not be stayed.

According to reports, Kaala was made on a budget of Rs 140 crore and if the ban sustains in Karnataka, then the film makers will suffer a gross loss of Rs 15-20 crore.

There was also a post from Times Now, this morning, stating the same.

Superstar Rajinikanth's "Kaala" set for release on June 7th worldwide has hit a roadblock in Karnataka where the Film Chamber refused to allow its screening due to Rajini's stand on the Cauvery issue favoring Tamil Nadu. There were rumours doing the rounds that Rockline Venkatesh had come forward to release the flick following Rajinikanth's request.

Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay release of Rajinikanth starrer movie Kaala which is scheduled to hit screens tomorrow.

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The actor said, "Some people are opposing the release of my movie".

On 6 June morning, just before taking off to Siliguri for the shoot of his upcoming film with Karthik Subbaraj, Rajinikanth told the media in Chennai, "I understand the situation that Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy is facing".

"If there is water in Karnataka it is possible for us to give them water".

Mr. Shivanna also told the court that "the State would definitely marshal its forces to discharge its duty of upholding the law and order" if the petitioners provide details of the exhibitors, while pointing out that the representation given by the petitioners with regard to providing protection is "vague and ambiguous".

He said, "As head of the Karnataka government, it's my responsibility to implement the judgment and directions of the high court". Adding Rs 70 crores from satellite rights and Rs 5 crores from music rights, Rajinikanth's latest film has managed to earn over Rs 230 crore even before its release.

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