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Cert 12A
150 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, bloody images, suicide references

Blimey... is this Nottingham or Chennai, I thought to myself as the cheering and whistling greeted the words Superstar Rajini on the big screen of a packed Cineworld auditorium.
This was unlike any cinema audience in my experience - the anticipation of Darbar was so near fever-pitch that I thought I might have to call paramedics.
Usually, I would frown upon anyone making the slightest sound while watching a movie but this crowd were more fascinating than what was unfolding in front of me.
But, while they might have been salivating so much over the new film from movie legend Rajinikanth that they could not see Darbar's flaws, I am afraid I could.
Firstly, fair play to the cinema legend - he is 69 years old and has a body which means he can at least attempt a portrayal of a man in his 40s but, in common with Sylvester Stallone, this is not enough to prevent it from being weird.
I wondered whether the CGI employed during The Irishman to iron out the wrinkles of De Niro and co must have been used to make his skin silky smooth - regardless, the most distracting element was his bizarre Mohanlal-style wig.
Indeed, it prompted me to spend much of the movie wondering why no leading men in Indian cinema are bald. What is wrong with the Jason Statham look?
Anyway, Rajini is so well buffed he manages to grab the romantic interest of a beautiful 35-year-old (Nayanthara). I guess Michael Douglas proves this is possible but... really?
With his mightily impressive CV, I wondered why Rajini and his fans needed A.R. Murugadoss's  Darbar to present him in such a way. Couldn't his character have been older and hairless?
Well, apparently, it was the plan for his police officer to be retired but this was thrown out after audience research suggested fans wanted the old Rajini not the actual one.
So, the public gets what the public wants - a crazed police officer who takes absolutely no prisoners in his attempt to rid Mumbai of drugs lords.
Rajinikanth plays a police commissioner, who is facing questioning by human rights investigators because of his no-holds-barred techniques.
The film then spins back to show why he is so motivated.
It recalls his transfer from Chennai with his beloved daughter (Nivetha Thomas) and his operation to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a senior official.
This, in turn, sees him going head to head with the drug-dealing son (Prateik Babbar) of a dodgy industrialist (Nawab Shah) and his even more dangerous brother (Suniel Shetty).
All of above is an excuse of Rajini's character to shout a lot at the establishment, be kind to his daughter, be uncomfortable in romance and take on and defeat gangs of much more youthful villains at the same time.
Amazing work for someone of his age. Maybe he should take a rest and give someone else a chance.

Reasons to watch: It's Rajini, innit?
Reasons to avoid: So many cliches in one film

Laughs: One for me, many more in the audience
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Did you know? Rajinikanth's fan-following knows no bounds. In one incident, an ailing fan was determined to see his movie despite suffering from kidney problem. The 56-year-old was found dead on his cinema seat after the show with the intravenous drip-tube intact, having slipped out of hospital.

The final word. A.R. Murugadoss: "Rajinikanth is a phenomenon. The cinema industry has gone through radical changes over the decades, and he’s been a constant." New Indian Express

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