Superstar Rajinikanth-starrer action drama “Kabali” is not only enjoying a successful run in south India, but in north India as well. The Hindi version of the film has minted Rs 28 crore in north India since its release.
Directed by Pa. Ranjith, “Kabali” narrates the story of a gangster’s shot at redemption and how he fights for equal pay rights for Tamils in Malaysia. The film released on July 22 in Tamil, and was also dubbed in Hindi and Telugu apart from other languages.
According to a statement shared by Fox Star Studios, which distributed “Kabali” in north India, the film has become the second highest grosser for any south Indian film in north India after “Baahubali: The Beginning”.
Fox Star Studios CEO Vijay Singh said: “It’s heartening to see that the Rajinikanth mania was not just limited to the south markets but prevalent across the country and that’s visible through the numbers it has garnered in the north. We are proud to have distributed the film in north India, and I am sure that the film will have a long run.”