Vijay Antony’s much-awaited family drama, Kasi has finally hit the screens today, on May 18. The movie has simultaneously released in Tamil as Kaali. The film also sees actress Kajal playing one of the female lead roles opposite Vijay Antony starrer movie, directed by Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi. Well, the pre-release buzz created a lot of expectations among the moviegoers. As a part of promotions and to create curiousness among the audience, the makers had released 10 minutes of the film on Youtube but received cold reviews. Now that the film has hit the screens today, let’s check out what audience has to say about this Vijay starrer Kasi.
Check out tweets here:
Rating : 2.5/5
— anand (@anandviswajit) May 18, 2018
— Arikaran Udhya (@ArikaranUdhya) May 18, 2018
Trusted too much on Vijay Antony..I think this is worst film in his career.. watched yesterday night.. worst screenplay and story. Yogibabu is the only relief especially his T-shirt’s #kaali
— பாலச்சந்திரபிரபு (@gbalaprabu) May 18, 2018
#Kaali 1st Half Update
– Yogi Babu 🙏🙏🙏
– Flashback Portion 🤕
– Screenplay 🤐
— TrendsWood (@Trendswoodcom) May 18, 2018
— Vinod (@jstvinod) May 18, 2018
Before the release, on sharing her experience working with Vijay Antony, Anjali said, “I must say that Vijay Antony has a huge variation when the camera lens is off and on. He is completely calm and much reserved, but he transformed into a powerhouse when camera is switched on. I am playing his partner in episodes that is set against the modern backdrops. My role in this film is sketched with humour and jovialness, which I believe audiences will enjoy and accept.
Vijay Antony has offered me some of the commendable songs for my ‘Angaadi Theru’. But as an actor, he keeps focusing his improvising his skills. I must admit that Vijay Antony and I are poles apart in real life. I am someone, who cannot stop talking and cracking jokes on the sets, he remains so calm and composed.”
On shedding lights about Kiruthiga Udhayanidhi’s directorial proficiency, Anjali added, “There are quite some claims that there is a difference in working style of men and women filmmakers. But I would say that such assumptions are untrue. The way Kiruthiga has shaped my character in Kaali is very intensified and I am sure the audience will experience a film of valuable feel from 18th“.