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Kali Box-Office: The Dulquer Salmaan film set to be biggest opener of all time

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 6:03 IST

The Sameer Thahir directed Dulquer Salmaan starrer Kali released today. The film marks the return of the director-actor duo after their much-acclaimed road thriller of 2013, Neelakasham Pacha Chuvanna Bhoomi.

Reportedly Kali registered a terrific opening at the Box Office. The film has had a fantastic opening everywhere and is all set to become the biggest opener of 2016. It opened to 80 per cent collection not only in multiplexes, but also at single-screen cinemas in Kerala.

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Kali was released with 110 shows all over Kerala and latest updates indicate that the film started getting extra screens due to the huge rush and audience demand from the matinee shows onwards.

The audience is appreciating the fresh pairing of Dulquer and Sai Pallavi and their brilliant performances. The film, released with English subtitles, has opened to good collections in Chennai and Bangalore as well. As per early trends, it will easily break the till-now highest opening day collection in 2016 of last week's release, the Prithviraj-starrer Darwinte Parinamam. The film is also chasing the all time highest opening day collection set by the 2015 Dulquer Salmaan starrer, Charlie.

Kali basically revolves around the relationship between a short-tempered man and his wife. While Dulquer is essaying the role of fiery Siddarth, Pallavi enacts the role of his wife, Anjali.

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Kali also stars Sunny Wayne, Chemban Vinod Jose, Vinayakan, and Soubin Shahir. The script has been penned by Rajesh Gopinadhan. Gopi Sundar has composed the music while Vivek Ranjit has compiled the English subtitles for the film.

-- Text By Sree Prasad Nair

First published: 26 March 2016, 8:08 IST