K.G.F. That abbreviation we all learned in school has been turned into a magnum creation in Kannada (as well as dubbed in a few other languages) thanks to this team of talented visionaries and their dedication and hard work. In this movie, which is divided into two parts, Prashanth Neel writes and directs, Bhuvan Gowda takes care of cinematography, Shivakumar handles art direction, and Ravi Barsur makes the music.
K.G.F: Chapter 1
A fictional film (not based on actual stories) that follows the origins and ascent of the character played by Yash and the intertwining of his and K.G.F.’s fates (Kolar gold fields). Yash has done an excellent job of capturing the rising of the don and his characters’ pain. Every word he speaks adds to the gloomy atmosphere.
He creates thunderous waves of terror in the enemy’s heart with his words and devil-may-care acts. Yash is a perfect fit for the role, with a terrifying nonchalance motivated by early life events and an obsessive desire to fulfill powerful words.
The film got diverse reviews from critics, but it did well commercially, collecting a total of ₹250 Crore throughout its theatrical run, making it the top-grossing Kannada film and a blockbuster.
K.G.F: Chapter 2
In the history of gangster films, the “evolution” of a don is always thrilling to see, but not its “rule.” Prasanth Neel did an excellent job in “K.G.F. 2.” Although his storyline has flaws, he keeps attention from beginning to end, as the picture is loaded with inspiring episodes. It raises heroism to a new level.
So the drama involving Rocky and his new batch of enemies isn’t as fascinating. Despite featuring big stars like Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon against Yash, the drama isn’t exciting enough.
The film became the top-grossing Kannada movie with two days of mega opening. With international earnings of ₹1,250 crore (US$160 million), K.G.F: Chapter 2 is the third most-profitable Indian movie of all time. It is also the second most-profitable Indian film.