Teaser starts with a chorus voice over saying ‘Poraduvom’ which tells that a group of people are standing for their needs. Next comes villain Nana Patekar’s entry sarcastically questioning about Rajini’s name in the movie where the teaser is carried over by Samuthrakani explaining the meaning of ‘Kaala‘ from the basics. Nana Patekar’s costumes and his hoardings/ banner in the background clearly shows that he’ll be seen in a Politician role. So we can expect Superstar to fight against a corrupt Politician to save his people, linking with the star’s present real life. Post that, the hero’s energetic fight shorts and stylish punch dialogues are played which surely gives the much needed goosebumps, especially with the swag Nellai slang. Usual family side that opposes their man’s anger/ going against a big shot is filled in the gap through a dialogue uttered by Eswari Rao (Kaala’s wife). Huma Qureshi comes for few seconds, but she seem to be appearing as a North Indian girl as it is to suit the reality. Final showdown is yet again punch dialogue which states that the full face of Kaala can be witnessed in the main picture. Santhosh Narayanan sticks to the whistle music with a loud voice conveying the hero’s character, ambition and also the core idea of the movie. Director Ranjith has to be appreciated for trying out some solid looks to Thalaivar, make him speak some powerful dialogues in a different slang and giving him some simple yet attractive costumes. Teaser is actually beautifully cut like an openly visible puzzle. SaNa’s background music falls short of a sixer, it may just be a feeling because of over expectations.
Overall, the teaser doesn’t reveal much about the context. But in word, it is absolutely ‘Mass-ive’!