KGF ( Tamil ) Movie Review

KGF ( Tamil ) Movie Review


Yash ,Srinidhi Shetty ,Achyuth Kumar ,Malavika Avinash ,Anant Nag ,Dinesh Mangalore,Vasishta N. Simha ,Harish Roy ,Ayyappa P. Sharma ,B. Suresh ,Srinivasa Murthy,Ramachandra Raju ,Archana Jois  ,Roopa Raya ppa,Anmol Vijay   ,Ramesh Indira ,T. S. Nagabharana,Ninasam Ashwath,B. S. Avinash  ,Laxmishyam “Lucky”  ,Tharak Ponnappa ,Vinay Bidappa  ,Ashok Sharma  ,Puneeth Rudranag,Mohan Juneja,John Kokken,Tamannaah Bhatia ,Mouni Roy  etc.


Directer – Prashanth Neel,Producer – Vijay Kiragandur,Music – Ravi Basrur,Tanishk Bagchi ,Cinematography -Bh uvan Gowda ,Editer –  Shrikanth,Production Company –  Hombale Films ,PRO  –  Nikkil  ,Written by Dialogues  -P rashanth Neel,Chandramouli M.,Vinay Shivangi ,Screenplay – Prashanth Neel ,Story – Prashanth Neel  ,Distributer , Tamil -Vishal Film Factory etc.


“KGF” knocks on the Indian audience, which have been outspread all over the world by the cogent stagger about a hapless guy oppressed by the power. The KGF – Kolar Gold Fields comes under the banner of Hombale films, the flick features with Yash and Srinidhi Shetty, Prashanth Neel is being focused on two dimensions, which dir ection part was exceeding stratum and penned was artistic on the frame. The film “KGF” crossing in the multi languages of Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and in the Hindi that gives the hats off towards the director. In content rushed out in the second half, a clean-handed guy Yash, who is going with the property of being wild and turbulent that he show up a tremendous change in the each sequel, in the other side Achyuth Kumar, Srinidhi Shetty, Malavika Avinash, Anant Nag and Vasishta N Simha invoke by their execution in the appropriate way.

Initially the hero was compressed in the place of Karnataka, that his mother affected by diseases and he was helpless to protect her from the diseases and in a certain level Yash mother was getting demised but she was getting a promise, that he wanted to become richest guy.Yash tries to follow his mother’s words and he was travelling towards Mumbai, in that place Yash is being generated about a peculiar life, money plays a vital role then was taught a lesson by a beggary person.

By this awareness Yash takes a new path for his life, in this strategy, Yash controls a savagery cop and keeps a separate track among the society. This situation influences Yash and started to target the people cause inco nv enience or discomfort towards societal.The energized guy Yash move to Karnataka, in that KGF mines Yash flo urishing by his capacitance and with the strength. Even getting affair with the girl Srinidhi Shetty and with all these Yash reaches destination or not and he fulfil his mother’s dream, given an uttermost level on the scree n.  Good attempt.

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And, now, director Prashanth Neel, too, has showed interest in swimming in the same sea, for his two-part mo vie, KGF, has set its eyes on gold – literally and figuratively. Neel’s hero names himself Rocky after realising the weight a powerful name can bring to the table. He’s hardly a teenager when he picks a fight with a police officer. When a don – the person who helped him get released – asks him what he wants, he says, “duniya!” At this point, you already know that he’s going to enter the history books. What remains to be seen, however, is the side he ch ooses to battle for, in this crime drama that’s set in the 70s.

Anant Nag, who plays an author, measures his breaths and words calculatedly while narrating the background of the town by comparing it to El Dorado, the characters that we’ve to get familiar with, and the problems that his protagonist, Rocky, might encounter along the way. He is pouring his heart out to a journalist in an interview as he’s written a book about it. The interview scenes emerge as a narrative device – the way the characters played by Samantha and Vijay Deverakonda were, in Mahanati. This particular device also reduces the pages of atr oc ities committed by numerous hefty characters to a couple of footnotes.Voice-overs were recently used in Vet rimaaran’s Vada Chennai to explain the purpose of his characters in the plot. Anant Nag, though, goes beyond Ve trimaaran’s bullet-point-like presentation and adds his own style to it.

The adult Rocky (Yash) is loved by the children and feared by his enemies. Children approach him without a se cond thought; whereas, grown men take to their heels when they see him. Even when Rocky goes to the muddy town of the gold fields as a slave to complete a task, you can see the difference between how the kids talk to him an d how his fellow slaves treat him. It may be a part of his character sketch, but it appears more as a fanning ins trument for the star. Also, it’s a unifying factor for all the movie-heroes that are involved in the criminal business. This is true in the case of Mani Ratnam’s Nayagan and Thalapathi, Pa. Ranjith’s Kaala, and Rakshit Shetty’s Uli da varu Kandante.

Voice-overs were recently used in Vetrimaaran’s Vada Chennai to explain the purpose of his characters in the plot. Anant Nag, though, goes beyond Vetrimaaran’s bullet-point-like presentation and adds his own style to it.While Rocky’s travels from Bombay to Bangalore have colours that pop out like white, red, and blue candies, blacks and greys dominate the larger portion of the movie. The makers have worked on giving rich touches to KGF, although the sets that were erected mostly include slums and run-down shacks. Isn’t it ironic that pro du cers have to spend more to create an atmosphere of poverty?I wish Rocky were given fewer dialogues because whenever he opens his mouth, he gives lengthy sermons about his valour. It’s not just him, more than half the ac tors, who are in the shoes of supporting roles, shower praises on his bravery. And the biggest itch that I en co untered was the editing pattern. I couldn’t register where Rocky’s hands and legs were going during the action sequences.

In his introduction scene itself, he ruthlessly took down two dozen burly men, but none of it stayed with me since the editor, Shrikanth, was busy mincing the shots and making a collage out of them. For that matter, even the cli max portion, which is supposed to be the pinnacle, feels watered down as Rocky’s winning moment doesn’t get a stand-out scene. When it should have actually ended with a roaring thud, making us sit on the edge of the seats fo r the sequel to show up immediately (remember Baahubali 1’s cliffhanger?), its curtains came down rather so mbrely.

And the romance section that’s fitted into the testosterone-filled universe is achingly dull as Reena (Srinidhi Shetty) falls in love with Rocky after watching him pick up a bun from the street and give it to a young mother. This would have been okay if this was their first meeting, but this happens after she threatens to get him beaten up for troubling her several times. Is one incident enough to turn all that hatred into love? Srinidhi, with her va cant looks, tells us that she doesn’t belong amidst such men. Prashanth should have made a note of it. KGF isn’t a drab fare. Nonetheless, it falls short of becoming a great movie by a long mile.

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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3/5