Kabali madness has taken over the country and Soundarya Rajinikanth reveals how Kabali came to be. In an interview to The Hindu, she says how, she was the one who initiated Kabali. She says, ‘I know Ranjith from the time he was an assistant to Venkat Prabhu in Goa. I was supposed to produce his debut film, Attakathi, but that didn’t materialize,” she recalls. “One day, Appa mentioned to me that he loved Madras… and it started working on my mind. Later, when I met Ranjith, I casually asked him: Will you make a story for Appa? He froze. He took a few days and then told me the story line: he opened the pitch saying, ‘Malaysian don’, and that was enough. I conveyed the story line to Appa, who liked it, and told him it was Ranjith’s line. Today, it is Kabali.’
Wow! Thank you Soundarya!