English | Telugu
Released On:Apr 14, 2022
KGF: Chapter 2 is the sequel to the blockbuster film KGF: Chapter 1, which was released in 2018. Prashanth Neel directed the film, which was produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner Hombale Films. It stars 'Rocking Star' Yash, Srinidhi Shetty, and Sanjay Dutt in the key roles, with Raveena Tandon, Prakash Raj, Malavika Avinash, Eswari Rao, and others providing incredible support. Ravi Basrur composed the music, and Bhuvan Gowda handled the cinematography.
Continuing from where the previous installment left off, Rocky (Yash) has taken control of the KGF, with all of the power and people on his side. Now he has bigger fights to fight, as Adheera (Sanjay Dutt), who was supposed to be dead, wants to take control of the Gold Field. Rocky's allies in the first section, on the other hand, have turned against him, and they, too, have set their sights on the throne. In addition, Ramika Sen, the Prime Minister, declares Rocky to be India's most wanted criminal and goes after him. The premise of the film revolves around how Rocky manages all of these challenges and whether or not he retains control over KGF.
Prashanth Neel, the director, has created his own world and treated it as if it were gold. The rising dialogues have a lot of sensibly written emotions, so there's plenty to applaud for.
The entire second half is like a raging inferno. Almost every sequence is unforgettable and powerful enough that one scene surpasses the preceding one, and this happens in loop mode for 90 minutes.
Despite the absence of Anant Nag as the narrator, his character's approach of abruptly moving forward in the timeline of the story was amusing in the prequel. The latter portion has goosebumps all over it and no complaints because there are no dull moments.
Yash once again demonstrates that he is tailor-made for a rugged character with a fearless attitude. His suave onscreen presence, replete with macho suits and coolers, holds the film together, aided by some intriguing heroic buildups. The initial romance scenes with Srinidhi Shetty are silly, but she eventually gets into the thick of the tale.
Sanjay Dutt as Adheera has a stunning start, after being made a dummy in a few of his parts, then strikes big towards the finale, and he, too, has a handful of slow-motion buildup shots. Raveena Tandon is introduced in the second half of the film, and while her sequences with Yash are enjoyable, she isn't memorable as a stand-alone character. Eswari Rao and Saran are most new additions to this instalment, and they play characters who are fundamentally opposed, thus their drama works really well.
Music is the film's soul. The music ideas and placements help to keep the energy going. The thunderous background score lifts everyone's spirits and adds plenty of tension. Superb camerawork, the cinematographer has captured the grandeur of the film brilliantly and showed it on the big screen. Not only that, but he has cleverly envisioned the close-up shots.
Editing is a mixed bag; it works very well in areas where certain scene intercuts are done, but some efficient sequences fly off like a mashup with little stay. Anbariv's stunts are insane, and they've been performed with flawless sync, elevating the director's impressive ideas. Fight scenes, such as the one with the bikes, are loaded with some intense buildups. The set works of the art department and the visual effects with elegance are the main reasons for the high visual output quality.
TeluguOne Perspective :
Aside from a few low points in the early half, the film is an entertaining and emotional roller coaster journey that will leave you with goosebumps. Great vision and conviction by director Prashanth Neel that has made way for a solid theatrical experience.