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Also, in the wake of the protest, the screening of the movie has been stalled in Orion mall in Malleswaram, Garuda and Lido malls in Bengaluru central district.

"Cauvery water is more important than a Rajinikanth film for us". As the film premieres worldwide, fans took to their Twitter handle to give their initial review for the film. This is clear. This is for the state.

Meanwhile, theatres in Karnataka are avoiding screening "Kaala", amid protests. Besides the original Tamil version, the film has been released across the country and beyond with sub-titles in Hindi, Telugu and English. Two or three malls were planning to screen it. "How can we stop the release?" the bench said.

Karnataka chief minister H D Kumaraswamy seemed to tacitly support the protest with his statement requesting distributors and exhibitors not to show the film.

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According to reports, round 300 police personnel have been deployed near town hall to avoid untoward incidents.

Well, all the fans of the Superstar and the genuine movie lovers have been shocked by the reports.

Single screen theatres and multiplexes were reluctant to screen superstar Rajinikanth's much-awaited "Kaala" following stiff protests from pro-Kannadiga groups. We are waiting for it from morning.

In Chennai, Rajini fans offered milk to the poster of the 67-year-old actor and burst crackers before gathering in large numbers to watch the film in theatres. The Chamber stated that Rajinikanth's statement on the Cauvery issue reportedly hurt the sentiments of Kannadigas. Armed with the recent High Court order directing the government "to take adequate steps to ensure a peaceful atmosphere for the screening of the film", Karnataka's film distributors have chose to go ahead with the release.

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