Rajinikanth starrer Petta has made its way to Tamilrockers piracy site. Yeah, the wrath of piracy could not have escaped even Thalaivar.
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The Petta of Superstar Rajinikanth has made its way to the Tamilrockers piracy platform. Indeed, the wrath of piracy could not have missed even Thalaivar. The Karthik Subbaraj directorial is available for download on Tamilrockers, which is a glorious throwback to the Rajini of the 80s and 90s.
This, following a court order to ban the pages for piracy. Although producers and artists are still losing money, sites such as Tamilrockers are thriving, and how.
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In the meantime, Petta has been available to positive feedback. What's critical is that the director wrote a screenplay that does justice to the stature of the Superstar (which wasn't the case with Kabali and Kaala), while appealing to his loyal base of fans. Wait for the shot where Kaali will ask, "veezhvenendru ninaithayo? "(Subramania Bharati's words) The Superstar shines brilliantly in fast action and fun not-so-long comedy scenes, returning you to the time when he thrilled past generation filmmakers with clean humor films.
The self-confessed, die-hard fan, Karthik Subbaraj, understands that. And that's why they operate Petta. The basic structure is a reinvention of the biggest hit of the Superstar-Baashha. Yet, in this framework, Karthik Subbaraj adds slight variations and prevents the film from being predictable. Petta succeeds where Lingaa struggled-it sticks to the formula, but it makes her feel young, too. Kaali (Rajinikanth) enters a college as a hostel warden and sets things in order in his own humorous manner, playing Cupid with a young couple (Megha Akash and Sanath), romancing the girl's mother (Simran) and placing the rowdy boys, led by Michael (Bobby Simha) in their place. Yet to him, there is more than he meets the eye.
Petta is more of a Rajini movie and less of a Karthik Subbaraj movie. What the director brings in is mostly his technical ability. There's the unmistakable visual style, and this is definitely the best-looking Rajini film since Thalapathy (Tirru is the cinematographer)-his whole actors 'business, and fanboy zeal. And in the way they were waiting to see him, he gives Rajini fans their Thalaivar, praising the Rajinisms. This also gives the director a feeling of checking off the fans wish list-asking the Performer to do some comedy, kick ass in the action scenes, absolute punch dialogs, and, most importantly, to showcase his style.
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