Rajinikanth’s Darbar continues to woo his fans
However, it is a tad let down due to its shoddy script and poor twists. But Rajini fans continue to remain loyal and made the same level of noise and cheer throughout the 2 hours, 40 minutes show, irrespective of the average scripting. The movie also features Suniel Shetty in a villain’s role, Nayanthara as the Superstar’s love interest, Nivetha Thomas as his daughter and Prateik Babbar as Ajay Chopra.
Darbar revolves around Rajinikanth as unconventional cop and as expected, he has completely carried the film on his shoulders. The movie could be called a ‘Total Mass Masala movie’, as it’s a complete no-brainer. The revolutionary actor has been entertaining his audience for four decades and looks like he will continue to do so, so there’s nothing called an unwatchable Rajini movie. He is the only South Indian actor to be able to sell a weakly- written script to the audience and still break box-office records, with every single release. That’s the power of Rajini. No wonder, he’s called the God of Cinema.
The superstar’s fans will not let their God slow down, even at the age of 69. Only he has power to make even a mediocre scene glamorous by simply walking in slow motion and flipping his sun glasses and his fans would never get tired of it. Hail the God of South Indian Cinema! Hail Rajini!
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