One of the biggest movies of recent times, Kabali is still going strong at the box office in spite of the mixed reviews its been getting fromthe audience who watched the movie. Recently the director of the movie Pa Ranjith spoke about the film. He says he addresses caste inequalities in his films because he was affected by it and hence he shouldn't be viewed as a Dalit filmmaker. "I don't want to be known as a Dalit filmmaker. I touch upon caste inequalities in my films because I've been affected by it.Even if I don't belong to the oppressed community, I would have continued to speak about inequalities in the society," Ranjith said. In Kabali, Rajinikanth fights for the pay rights of Tamils in Malaysia and there are subtle nods to B R Ambedkar and professor-author Y B Satyanarayana. In the film, Rajinikanth is seen reading Satyanarayana's book My Father Balaiah, which talks about Telangana Dalit madiga experience. Ranjith also opined that every filmmaker should talk about the structural inequalities in the society.