Salman Khan’s Sultan after storming into the market hit the Box Office vigorously. But, Rajinikanth’s Kabali that stood stronger and mightier to the excelling point at the ticket windows with the opening collection of “Fourty-Eight” crore just on a first single day, followed by the rise in overall numbers with every passing moment. One could see the tide of the sea at the ticket windows which was growing as rapid as a rat and getting a staggering height of Mount Everest.
It would be more appropriate to mention that movies from the South market usually don’t do that much business in the Northern markets and as such, the dubbed films of Rajini didn’t get a win-win response in the north. Nevertheless, Kabali set a new standard of some sorts that even Bollywood is compellingly taken to track the movie’s progress. You might astonish on the success of such a movie that it earned Rs 326 crore just in three days after its worldwide release. Now with Rs 570 crore in its pool with worldwide numbers, Kabli is in full swing to cross Rs 600 crore.
On the other hand, by taking high advantage of the right pace,Sultanoverwhelmingly hit the walls of success in an extended weekend owing to its release on Eid.That’s the reason, Sallu’s movie went on to accumulate Rs 500 crore in pluses all over the world. However, there is one department that gives Salman perfection over Rajini sir that is the superstar’s performances where Rajini sir led him to face the music in toto.Moreover, Kabali thriving on Rajinikanth’s signature moves to give the fans-pleasing moments.While Sultan flourished with its interesting storytelling as in fact Salman was seen radically different which put him in a completely different avatar.
In this regard, a trade source said, “With due respect to Rajini sir, I must say quite honestly that Salman is the rockstar of 2016, who stands taller than Kabali with his act in Sultan. While Kabali is an out and out Rajini’s movie Sultan dared to portray Sallu in the radically different avatar. Not only did Salman pushed the proverbial envelope, it also gave us a substantial plot. Kabali was very low on content and very high on the megastar-value. Have you ever seen Salman showcasing his vulnerable side which is absolutely anti to the kind of brand his movies represent? and yet audiences went on to accept him. In fact. they made Sultan one f the biggest hits of the year 2016. I dread to comment if Kabali could have done the magic with Rajini’s starry persona and the antics he resorts to making his fans throng to theatres in millions.”
Well,one must believeBox Office numbers as the clear indicators of the biggest hits 2016, wherein Shah Rukh’s Fan, Akshay’s Airlift plus Houseful have done great business at the ticket windows. In addition, Salman Khan’s Sultan raked right at the top this year too but in the days ahead,Rajinikanth’s Kabali is all set to reach even bigger heights.And when it comes to the movie that could bring a thrill like feeling in cinema, Sultan has done well far more smartly than Rajini sir’s Kabali. Comment your opinion regarding the analysis.