The Rajinikanth-starrer, Kabali, is slated to hit the screens in July.
One of the most anticipated movies of this year, Kabali, made news again recently when the teaser of the film crossed the 20 million mark on YouTube. The PA Ranjith-directorial features Rajinikanth in the role of a gangster - one that seems to be a tailor-made to include some of the superstar's popular mannerisms. It is no wonder then that as a mark of respect to Rajinikanth, the Malaysian government will soon release a stamp in the star's honour.
Obviously, the craze for Kabali is huge overseas as well. Reportedly, the stamp is a sign of respect to the actor on Kabali's release.
Earlier, Catch had reported that Kabali is all set to be dubbed in Malay, the official language of Malaysia. Over 40% of the film was shot in Malaysia and the Thalaiva-starrer also features many Malaysian actors. The film will be released in Malay and simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi as well.
The super-hit teaser of the film, which released on 30 April, also features Rajinikanth's trademark laugh and the phrase, Kabali Da, delivered by Thalaiva himself.
Meanwhile, the music launch of Kabali is likely to be held on 11 June at Chennai's YMCA grounds.