Kabaleeswaran, a revolutionary who fights for the betterment of his race in a foreign land, is falsely implicated and thrown behind bars. When he returns after his prison term, he starts a search for his wife and ends up confronting those who were the reason behind his miseries. What follows is a tale of revenge, emotion, drama, jealousy, treason, loyalty, love and payback.
Did You Know?
The British Board of Film Classification gave a 15 rating to the movie for strong bloody violence and drug misuse, which means the movie is restricted to audiences 15 and above. The Australian Classification also gave a restricted MA15+ rating for strong violence. But on a highly surprising note, the Central Board of Film Certification (Indian certification board) which is infamous for its rather stringent rules, cleared the movie with a U certificate, meaning the movie is suitable for all age groups. See more
In the flashback scene,Tamilmaran comes to apologise to Kabali while he is eating with family, the scene is set at the backdrop of Merdeka Square, the scene is supposed to have happened 25 years back but modern buildings which was not yet constructed in KL can be seen.
Also in various other scenes, various cars which were not released in early 90's can be still be seen,. See more
Even this is a form of protest. Why did Gandhi wear dhotis and why did Ambedkar wear suits? Politics Thamizhmaran...
[when Thamizhmaran asks him if all his money goes into buying suits
Referenced in STYLUS
Aasai Nooru Vagai
Written by Panju Arunachalam
Performed by Malaysia Vasudevan See more