Rajinikanth’s Kabali to be screened FREE for the physically challenged!

What a thoughtful initiative!

Rajinikanth’s Kabali witnessed a worldwide release on July 22. It was not only a record breaking release for Rajinikanth but for a South movie so far. In terms of numbers, the movie may not have broken Baahubali’s records, but the Thalaiva-Kabali craze had to be seen to be believed! Tickets across the world were sold out much ahead of its release. Now amid the excitement and the crazy fan mania,here is another great news! A miniplex theatre in Andhra Pradesh has organised a FREE screening for physically challenged and cancer patients!

The Y screens miniplex theatre located in the premises of the AP State road Transport corporation’s Pandit Nehru Bus station has invited them to visit the theatre and watch ti for free! Reportedly, two shows on every Wednesday and Thursday are to be organised for free of cost. Woohoo! It’s awesome how everyone is getting a chance to watch Kabali!

Meanwhile, Kabali has reportedly minted Rs 250 crore at the worldwide box office at the end of five days. As of the India box office, the movie has collected about Rs 150 crore. However according to trade experts, the movie must collect about 300 crores for it to be a profitable venture. The movie is now set to release in Malaysia on July 29th. And do you know what Rajinikanth did after witnessing the Kabali mania? He wrote a letter to all his fans thanking them for the movie’s success. The letter revealed how he was left exhausted after shooting for Kabali and 2.0 and that he had to leave for the US to take a break.