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K.G.F – Chapter 2 Movie Review : Blockbuster in every sense of the word.

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KGF – CHAPTER 2 [Hindi] is an all-around blockbuster. Advance sales of the film have already exceeded all expectations owing to the buzz, the success of the first chapter, and of course Yash’s fashionable look. It is expected to have a record-breaking opening weekend and become one of the greatest blockbusters of all time, challenging even the pre-pandemic grossing records.

Following his successful takeover of an empire, a man now confronts new problems. To the dismay of Guru Pandian (Achyuth Kumar), Andrews (B S Avinash), and Rajendra Desai (B S Avinash), Rocky kills Garuda (Ramachandra Raju) at the Kolar Gold Fields, or KGF (Lakki Lakshman). Previously, they had hoped to govern KGF and take over its enormous resources. Rocky, aided by slaves who see him as a savior, seizes control of the crown. The heir apparent to the KGF kingdom, Virat (Vinay Bidappa), is even killed by Virat (Vinay Bidappa). However, Vanaram (Ayyappa P Sharma), the army commander at KGF, is spared by Rocky. Rocky and Vanaram work together to train new guards for the zone, despite Vanaram’s initial resentment.

When Rocky finds that there are other unexploited gold mines in the vicinity, he orders the men to begin harvesting gold from these locations. The goal is to find the most gold in the least amount of time feasible. KGF founder Suryavardhan’s brother Adheera (Sanjay Dutt) was assumed dead. This does not deter him from arriving to KGF for retribution, though, as well as for the right to claim possession.

He cleverly takes Rocky out of the KGF and shoots him.. He permits Rocky to live in order to spread the news about Adheera’s arrival in KGF. Adheera’s troops have completely encircled the mines, so no one can get out of KGF until Rocky has recovered. Rocky’s former boss in Bombay, Shetty (Dinesh Mangaluru), has formed an alliance with other criminals in West and South India and intends to take action against him. Inayat Khalil (Balakrishna), a feared criminal from Dubai, is also on their trail. In the remainder of the film, we see how Rocky tries to overcome these obstacles.

As a homage to the 70s and 80s Amitabh Bachchan films in which a furious young guy is depicted, Prashanth Neel’s tale is superb. Compelling script written by Prakash Neel. Despite the massive scope of the plot and the sheer number of people, his prose is fluid. The director is well aware that KGF – CHAPTER fans are expecting a lot of action, so he goes out of his way to include lots of clap-worthy sequences. The film’s commercial appeal is further bolstered by its strong Hindi speech. A couple sequences work particularly well because of the sharp one-liners that appear in them.

The directing of Prashanth Neel is flawless. He gets credit for coming up with the idea and then putting it into action so efficiently. Viewers had already been captivated by the manner he had depicted the world of KGF in Part 1. When it comes to grandeur and size, he takes things to a new level in the sequel, He’s made sure there’s a lot of drama and action in this movie, and it shows.

There’s so much going on that spectators won’t even have time to blink throughout the show! As a side note, the film’s many characters may be a little confusing. It’s nice to see a few good things happen. Second half love song functions as a pace breaker, even if its value is shown at the end.

KGF – CHAPTER 2 gets off to a good start, but Rocky’s stylish appearance makes it much better. The movie theaters will go into a frenzy over this one. Adheera’s arrival is threatening, and Rocky and Adheera’s initial encounter is compelling. The movie’s intermission provides a pleasant surprise for viewers. In the second half, things get off to a strong start. Fun and mayhem are heightened with the arrival of Ramika Sen (Raveena Tandon). Rocky’s encounter with Ramika Sen in the PMO and Rocky’s trip to the police station to recover the gold piece are two of the film’s most memorable moments. Those who see it will be in awe! Everything culminates in a mind-blowing conclusion, as one could imagine.

Yash, in terms of performances, is awe-inspiring. His sense of fashion and swagger are unmatched. And he’s just too excellent at what he does. It has been shown in KGF – CHAPTER 2 that he has the ability to become an Indian star. It’s a good fit for Sanjay Dutt in the role. One wishes he had more screen time since he gives a wonderful performance. Raveena Tandon is a terrific character, even though she appears late in the story. She makes a lasting impression. Reena’s Srinidhi Shetty is a sight to see and gives an excellent performance.

Ayyappa P Sharma does an excellent job at underplaying his role. As usual, you can count on Prakash Raj (Vijayendra) to deliver. Balakrishna, Dinesh Mangaluru, Achyuth Kumar and B S Avinash are good. Rocky’s mother, Archana Jois, is stunning. The quality of her performance is critical. Govinde Gowda is a good peon for the role. Malavika Avinash (Deepa Hegde; journalist) has a strong presence in this film. When Rao Ramesh (Raghavan; a CBI official) encourages Ramika to take the KGF problem seriously, he makes an impression.

Ravi Basrur’s music is evocative and elicits shivers in the listener. This ‘Toofan’ has a lot of vigor about him. It’s stunning to look at as well. Rocky Bhai and Sulthan are in the same area. ‘Falak Tu Garaj Tu’ is acceptable. However, Ravi Basrur’s background soundtrack is fairly loud, yet it helps much to the overall effect. The cinematography of Bhuvan Gowda is to be commended. An worldwide feel is evident in the film’s visual style, which doesn’t seem to be a regional production at all. A lot of thought went into Shivakumar’s production design. One of the film’s highlights is Anbariv’s action. The visual effects created by Unifi Media are outstanding. For Yash, Sania Sardhariya created beautiful looks, while for Sanjay Dutt, Navin Shetty created something completely different. Srinidhi Shetty looks stunning in her clothes designed by Ashwin Mawle and Hassan Khan. Ujwal Kulkarni’s editing is a cut above the rest.

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K.G.F – Chapter 2 Movie Review : Blockbuster in every sense of the word.KGF - CHAPTER 2 is an all-around blockbuster. Advance sales of the film have already exceeded all expectations owing to the buzz, the success of the first chapter, and of course Yash's fashionable look. It is expected to have a record-breaking opening weekend...