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Hindutva Box Office Collection Day 2

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 02:13 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-collection-and-review
Hindutva Box Office Collection Day 2 - Hindutva is a story of today's youth. The film explores the depths of Hinduism through its principal characters. It is a story of friendship, love and student politics.

Hindutva Box Office Collection Day 2

Sameer Siddique- Ankit Raaj - He is a popular student leader who believes that his community is discriminated against. He poses to be a leftist, one who is fighting to protect his community. He is in love with Sapna, and Sapna also loves his dynamics and leadership in the University. 

Does Sameer dream of converting Sapna to Islam and marrying her? We don't know. But his parents are liberal muslim. They love Bharat like a son.

Hindutva Movie Day 2 Box Office Collection Report

The budget of the film is very less, the film has been made in a budget of only 10 crores, but even before the film was released in theatres, the producers of this film had made profit from this film because the digital rights of the film i.e. OTT rights. The satellite rights of the film ie the rights to show it on TV and the music rights of the film were sold for a total of 18 crores.

Hindutva movie has opened fairly around 25 lakhs on day 1 despite limited promotion.

On day 2 Hindutva movie has a strong chance to earn in a range of 30 to 40 lakhs. This will take the two days total to 55 to 65 lakhs.
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Kantara Box Office Collection Day 10

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 02:31 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-collection-and-review
Kantara is a 2022 Indian Kannada-language action thriller film written and directed by Rishabh Shetty, and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner of Hombale Films. The film depicts Shetty as the Kambala champion, who is often at loggerheads with Murali, an honest DRFO officer.

Kantara Movie Box Office Collection Day 10

Kantara did well in its first 9 days at the box office and grossed around ₹51.9 crore in India. Presenting the box office collection and occupancy of Kantara on Day 10. Kantara may net Rs.10.00 cr in India on its 10th day

DayIndia Net CollectionChange(+/-)
Day 1 [1st Friday]₹ 2.3 Cr-
Day 2 [1st Saturday]₹ 4.4 Cr91.30%
Day 3 [1st Sunday]₹ 7.1 Cr61.36%
Day 4 [1st Monday]₹ 4.7 Cr-33.80%
Day 5 [1st Tuesday]₹ 6.3 Cr34.04%
Day 6 [1st Wednesday]₹ 8.2 Cr30.16%
Day 7 [1st Thursday]₹ 4.8 Cr-41.46%
Week 1 Collection₹ 37.8 Cr-
Day 8 [2nd Friday]₹ 5.1 Cr6.25%
Day 9 [2nd Saturday]₹ 9 Cr * rough data76.47%
Day 10 [2nd Sunday]₹ 10.00 Cr * may earn-
Total₹ 61.9 Cr-


Kantara is directed by Rishab Shetty and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner of Hombale Films.
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Kya Legi Bolde Lyrics - Honey Singh Ft. Millind Gaba

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 02:39 AM UTC+00 | Tags: bollywood-songs-translation
Kya Legi Bolde Lyrics is a Bollywood Hindi Rap Song Sung By Honey Singh Ft. Millind Gaba. Lyrics is Written By Yo Yo Honey Singh, Asli Gold & Millind Gaba While Music is Composed By Yo Yo Honey Singh and Directed By Mihir Gulati.

Kya Legi Bolde Lyrics in English - Honey Singh

Paris Ka Trip Legi
Trip Tu Flip Legi
Mote Mote Sip Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Lembo Lumbo Kaali Legi
Teri Behan Saali Legi
Sone Di Dunali Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Diamond Ke Feet Legi
Mercedes Seat Legi
Mere Jaisa Dheet Legi
Jo Legi Bol De

Paris Ka Trip Legi
Trip Tu Flip Legi
Mote Mote Sip Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Lembo Lumbo Kaali Legi
Teri Behan Saali Legi
Sone Di Dunali Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Badmashi Waal Chora Legi
Shehar Mein Tora Legi
Date Bora Bora Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Shaadi Mein Drack Legi
Ya DJ Snack Legi
Kisko Gaate Dekh Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Pyaar Beshumar Legi
Roz Baar Baar Legi
Party Ga** Phaad Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Paris Ka Trip Legi
Trip Tu Flip Legi
Mote Mote Sip Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Lembo Lumbo Kaali Legi
Teri Behan Saali Legi
Sone Di Dunali Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Ainne Zyada Nakhre
I Don't Like This Things Baby
Daaru Ton Bagair
I Got The Things Baby
Tu Mainu Jandi Ni
King Of The Singh Baby
Satthon Utte Kaun
Kaun Johnny Sins Baby

Kya Legi Bol De
Yeh Mera Ikraar Hai
Pyaar Hai Yeh Pyaar Baby
Naa Koyi Jugaad Hai
Jugaad Hota Hai
Delhi Mein Baby Is Slang
Slang Hai Slang Baby It's Bang Bang

[?] Damm 5 Minta Ch 25 Mukauni Ae

Girl What Are You Girl
Girl You Anymore
Are You Insane
You For Real
Chhod De Yeh Aaj
Kar Liyo Kal
So Chal…

Paris Ka Trip Legi
Trip Tu Flip Legi
Mote Mote Sip Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Lembo Lumbo Kaali Legi
Teri Behan Saali Legi
Sone Di Dunali Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Diamond Ke Feet Legi
Mercedes Seat Legi
Mere Jaisa Dheet Legi
Jo Legi Bol De

Paris Ka Trip Legi
Trip Tu Flip Legi
Mote Mote Sip Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

Lembo Lumbo Kaali Legi
Teri Behan Saali Legi
Sone Di Dunali Legi
Kya Legi Bol De

It's Your Boy!
Yo Yo Honey Singh!
Music MG!
2022!
Kya Legi Bol De!
Ahaa!
Yo Yo Honey Singh!


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Godfather Item Song Cast, Actor & Actress, Choreographer, All Details

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 03:31 AM UTC+00 | Tags: south-songs-cast
Godfather Item Song Movie Name & Cast - In this article we will tell you Godfather Item Song Movie Name and its Cast Details like Actor Name and Actress Name, Singer Name & Choreographer Name, Lyrics of the song. we will give you all Information's about Godfather Item Song.

Godfather Item Song Cast, Singer & Choreographer Name 

Here is the dance number 'Blast Baby' from 'God Father' starring Megastar Chiranjeevi, Salman Khan, Nayanthara, Puri Jagannadh, Satya Dev & Others. Directed by Mohan Raja. A Thaman S Musical.

Song Credits

  • Singer - Damini Bhatla ,Blaaze
  • Lyrics - Saraswathi putra Ramajogayya Sastry
  • Music - Thaman S

Movie Credits

  • GOD FATHER
  • Cast: Megastar Chiranjeevi, Salman Khan, Nayanthara, Puri Jagannadh, Satya Dev
  • Directed by - Mohan Raja.
  • Producers: Ram Charan, R B Choudary, N V Prasad
  • Music: Thaman S
  • Cinematography: Nirav Shah
  • Production Designer:  Suresh Selvarajan
  • Ex-Producer: Vakada Apparao
  • Dialogue Writer : Lakhsmi Bhupala
  • VFX Supervisor: Yugandhar T
  • DI : Annapurna Studios
  • Colorist : Venu Gopal Rao.J
  • Hindi Dubbing - Manav Mahapatra ( Rudrasoundsolutionz )   
  • Banners: Konidela Production Company, Super Good Films.
  • PRO: Vamsi Sekhar
  • Digital Marketing : First Show
  • Label: Saregama India Limited, A RPSG Group Company

Blast Baby Song Actress Biography and Other Details

Warina Hussain is a Bollywood actress and model. She made her Bollywood debut with the film Loveyatri along with Aayush Sharma which is produced by Salman Khan film's production and released on October 5, 2018. She was born on 23 February 1999 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Her father is from Iraq and her mother is from Afghanistan.

Blast Baby Cast, Actor & Actress, Choreographer, All Details

Blast Baby Girl Warina Hussain Career

After completing her study in Performing Arts at the 'New York Film Academy, she started her acting career through some small music videos. Then, she worked in the modeling industry for some time. she moved to New Delhi and she has worked in a few TV commercials. Warina got a chance to work in an Indian movie Loveyatri in 2018.

Hussain appeared in the movie 'Dabangg 3' for the dance number 'Munna Badnam Hua with Salman Khan. Her upcoming thriller movie 'The Incomplete Man. There was also a buzz about Warina's debut in the South along with Kalyan Ram in the next NTR film.

Warina Hussain Wiki / Biography

By profession, Warina Hussain is an actress and model. Her real name is Warina Hussain but her family and fans call him Wari. Warina's religion is Islam and her nationality is Afgan.

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Ram Setu Trailer Release Date and Time

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 04:27 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-collection-and-review
Ram Setu Movie Trailer Release Date and Time - Looking for Akshay Kumar's 2022 Most Awaited Bollywood Movie Ram Setu Trailer Release Date & Time Details? Then You Have Land On The Right Website.

Ram Setu movie poster

Ram Setu Trailer Release Date and Time

Akshay Kumar's film 'Ram Setu' is getting a lot of Buzz recently. On Friday, the actor shared new film posters featuring actors inspired by the cast and audience. The actor shared the posters of Ram Setu on his social media profile.

Akshay Kumar tweeted, "Inspired by all the amazing posters that you have been creating, here is something I worked on with the team. Hope you like it. #RamSetu trailer out on Tuesday, 11th October, 2022," on Friday.  


 The actor on Wednesday announced the trailer release of his upcoming action-thriller film Ram Setu on the occasion of Dussehra. The trailer of the much-awaited action-packed thriller Ram Setu will release on October 11.

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Rorschach Review - Film Companion

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 06:21 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-review
Rorschach Review By Film Companion - Are You Looking for Malayalam-language mystery psychological thriller film Rorschach Review By Film Companion ? Then You are on The Right Website.

Rorschach is a 2022 Indian Malayalam-language mystery psychological thriller film directed by Nisam Basheer, written by Sameer Abdul, and produced by Mammootty through Mammootty Company.

Rorschach Movie Review By Film Companion


It stars Mammootty, Grace Antony, Jagdish, Sharafuddin, Kottayam Nazir, Sanju Shivaram, Bindu Panicker and George Abraham.

Rorschach Review Film Companion


Mammootty, after Puzhu from earlier this year, is surely back with another character, which invites strong contempt from the audience.

Luke Antony is a man obsessed with the idea of ​​vengeance. He will go to unimaginable, twisted lengths to fulfill his idea of ​​avenging his wife's murder.

It may sound like a simple revenge tale, but Nisam Bashir's film is a genre-shifting, layered and technically ambitious effort. It's a clear indication of being a psychological study, delves into the supernatural realm, and there are good reasons to recognize it as a family drama.

Luke Antony is a complex human, but a one-note protagonist. It's his arrival to a new place that affects those around him, and not the other way round. It's the classic story of an outsider wreaking havoc on a tranquil place. He is on a self-anointed mission to bring a man down, and he won't stop until he achieves it. There's no change waiting to happen in him, no catharsis that he finds. 

But the film peels into him gradually. Whenever it delves into his past, it only gives us flashes. He has received white room torture. He was framed and maybe a fugitive. He might have driven all the way from Dubai to Kerala. 

All these pieces of information don't get dumped on us in one large chunk of flashback, but are rather sprinkled through the narrative. This lends a level of complexity to the character that might not actually be in the writing.

If there's one thing that comes across prominently, it's the makers' aesthetic sensibilities. All of Midhun Mukundan's alluringly gloomy tracks have English lyrics. The editing feels composed. 

The cinematography is a lot about style but it never gets in the way of the storytelling. I particularly love the way they indicate the arrival of a ghost. It's a familiar situation but is made out to be visually appealing, with the delicate change in colour grade and swift camera work. 

Even the choice of colours and props makes for a very memorable visual experience, one that is minimal and tastefully stylised. The grey car, the unfinished grey house, and the pronounced costumes, are solid contributions on this front. One element that is a mismatch from this sensibility is Luke's dead wife, whose presence I found to be a tad bit melodramatic and slightly dumbed-down in tone, in an otherwise realistic film.

We start the film with Luke's perspective, and the structure then begins to adopt the perspectives of the villagers with their voiceovers. This behaviour isn't consistent throughout the film, and I wish a couple of characters would've gotten more weightage for their narration. 

After the whole deal about Luke's motives is revealed at the interval, where the film announces that it is functioning in a supernatural space, the thread starts to get stagnant. There's no substantial progress in Luke's attempts at taunting Dileep. Even the bits of action, though unique, get tedious because of how absorbing the psychological exploration has been until then.

But post such instances, there are other threads that begin to shine. The drama between the characters surrounding Luke take the lead and are far more compelling than the primary tale of revenge. The corrupt cop, the local guy who runs on instinct, the guilty brother-in-law, they're all etched with enough heft. But it's the women who stand out distinctly in the latter half of the film. Bindu Panicker's Seetha is a well-conceived character. 

We see her going from an archetypal mother to a lethal parent who has sculpted both her sons to her worldview. It's a powerful role filled with surprises, delivered in an impressively engaging manner by the actor.

Grace Antony's Sujatha is also notable for her refusal to accommodate or take things lightly in spite of conforming to certain proposals that will get her what she wants. The actor is amazing in conveying decisions economically.

 Sujatha, who is a widower trying to hold together her late husband's dwindling factory, faces a moment where she's looked down upon by her mother-in-law for even considering the idea of a second marriage. A realisation hits her that she's going to receive absolutely no validation from her in-laws for taking care of their son's legacy.

 In that moment, she's slightly bewildered due to being under the impression that she doesn't owe them anything. On sensing that they're feeling entitled to her actions and decisions, something snaps in her. In the next scene, we see her married - An almost repulsive decision, considering the man she is marrying has made her physically uncomfortable on multiple occasions. 

Though this can be seen coming, all this decision-making is held together in that single shot of Grace Antony overhearing her mother-in-law's rant. It's a terrific performance, to say the least.


Mammootty pitches Luke on a casual note, without any idiosyncrasies. He's essaying a character with a god complex, for how Luke thinks he deserves his own judgement even after god has, very apparently, delivered his. But he sells the character's unhinged nature with an unceremonious and remarkably controlled demeanour. It's also not a very surprising performance coming after the slightly more complex Puzhu, where an inhuman Kuttan operates far closer to reality.

The final moment that the film ends with, is a classic winking-at-the-audience situation where the story reveals that it might not be over yet, and that the events we just followed to an end, have the potential to continue.

 Whenever a film does this, I've always considered it to be an unwarranted cheap thrill, and it isn't any different in this film. In the penultimate scene, Sharafudeen's character addresses a certain ambiguity about Luke's actions in a voiceover, and this feels like a stronger moment to end on, as opposed to the attempt at a cliffhanger.

The idea of the film, about how obsession can consume a human, comes across effectively. The story justifies the title, with Luke's entry to the village resulting in a lot being revealed about its people than the actual case he is supposedly there for – a missing wife, to be read as a Rorschach inkblot test to the villagers. This is a convincing genre-bender that has issues, but it's a film that is ultimately rewarding for its unwavering focus and sincerity in presenting an uncommon aesthetic.

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Rorschach Movie Review - Behindwoods

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 06:39 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-review

Rorschach Movie Review By Behindwoods - Are You Looking for 2022's Malayalam-language mystery psychological thriller film Rorschach Review By Behindwoods? Then You are on The Right Website.

Rorschach Review By Behindwoods

 

Putting characters through the Rorschach test, studying their personality traits and mental make-up can be a fascinating exercise, as some of them have some twisted nodes in their brains.

Although on the surface, Luke Antony (Mammootty) is clearly neurotic, having visions and battles against imaginary enemies. The man's arrival in a village bordering the forest is shrouded in mystery, compounded only by his actions.

Rorschach

Luke walks into the police station and reports that his wife has gone missing after their car crashes near the woods.

But, as the search operation progresses, doubts arise as to whether the woman has actually gone missing or is it her imagination.

 It also reinforces the feeling that the wealthy Dubai man had arrived in this un-described village with other intentions in mind.

Director Nissam Basheer, who debuted with Kettiyolaanu Ente Maalakha, makes good use of the mystery surrounding Luke and his actions, to further a plot which goes into some unfamiliar territories. But the script by Sameer Abdul does not stick to Luke alone.

 It flows through a set of characters who all have their own intentions, from a man who senses an opportunity and uses it when he sees the rich man on an extended stay to search for his wife, to the policeman who dreams of a share in the pie when he unearths some murky dealings, and Sujatha (Grace Antony), who has an immense ability of self-preservation.

Halfway through, when the picture is clear, things are not as they seem.

We get clues about Luke's mental state. But for someone who has gone through the torture of the white room that causes disorientation and loss of personal identity, he never strays from his goal.

Sameer's screenplay is woven around a revenge story, but the weave is so clever and novel that the revenge part is hidden under some interesting layers.

The film slackens its pace a bit after Luke's intentions are revealed, with some of the scenes becoming repetitive; A tighter treatment could have made it a more potent film. Midhun Mukundan's music gels well with the eerie atmosphere that pervades the film. After Puzhu,

 

Mammootty has yet again chosen an unconventional script, which provides him ample opportunities to perform. But in the end, it is Bindu Panicker, as Seetha, who walks away with much applause, with her menacing portrayal of a mother who would go to any extent to protect her sons and their name

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Kantara Review - Anupama Chopra

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 06:48 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-review

Kantara Review By Anupama Chopra - Looking for Latest Released Pan India Movie Kantara Review By Anupama Chopra. Then You have Land on The Right Website. Below You Can Read What is the First Reaction and Review By Anupama Chopra For This Movie.

Anupama Chopra First Review for kantara Movie

Kantara Movie Review By Anupama Chopra

Latest Kannada movie Kantara is creating a dream run at the box office.Considering the craze of the film among the masses, it will not be an exaggeration to say that the Rishabh Shetty directorial will soon emerge as one of the biggest blockbuster hits of the Kannada film industry this year.

Team @FilmCompanion after watching #Kantara - what a gorgeous, trippy, dense, eerie, ambitious film. Mind has officially been blown. Thanks @vijaysubs for the screening! pic.twitter.com/vSGmjlLE9m

— Anupama Chopra (@anupamachopra) October 7, 2022


The latest offering from Hombale films, makers of the KGF film franchise, has managed to impress fans and critics alike.

The latest critic to be spellbound by Rishab Shetty's work in Kantara is Film Companion's Anupama Chopra. Amazed by the cinematography, the well-known film critic Anupama shared her thoughts about the film on Twitter.

Meanwhile, including Rishabh Shetty, the action thriller also stars Saptami Gowda, Kishore, Achyuta Kumar, Naveen D Padli, Pramod Shetty and Prakash Thuminad in pivotal roles. Kantara is produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the Hombale Films banner.

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Kantara Movie Review Twitter: A Gorgeous, Trippy, Dense & ambitious film

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 06:54 AM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-review
Kantara Review Twitter - Are You Looking for Latest Released Pan India Movie Kantara Review By Twitter Users . Then You have Land on The Right Website. Below You Can Read What is the First Reaction and Review and reactions By Twitter For This Movie.

Kantara Movie Review Twitter 

Latest Kannada movie Kantara is creating a dream run at the box office.Considering the craze of the film among the masses, it will not be an exaggeration to say that the Rishabh Shetty directorial will soon emerge as one of the biggest blockbuster hits of the Kannada film industry this year.

Kantara Twitter Review


Team @FilmCompanion after watching #Kantara - what a gorgeous, trippy, dense, eerie, ambitious film. Mind has officially been blown. Thanks @vijaysubs for the screening! pic.twitter.com/vSGmjlLE9m

— Anupama Chopra (@anupamachopra) October 7, 2022


Kantara is an action drama film written and directed by Rishabh Shetty. The film stars Rishabh Shetty and Saptami Gowda in the lead roles along with Kishore, Achyut Kumar, Pramod Shetty, Vinay Bidappa and many others.

#kantara is a masterpiece.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

A perfect example of a 5 star movie, @shetty_rishab blew our minds in the climax, every frame in movie felt like it belonged there, every set piece felt real, 5 mins into the movie u r already lost in the Kantara's magical world…. pic.twitter.com/0JWEbujI0L

— Prajwal shetty (@shettyprajwal_) September 29, 2022


The verdict from the first shows of Rishab Shetty's latest, Kantara, is out and boy, is the word good. Celebrities and other netizens who were aware of the broadcasts on the eve of the film's theatrical release call it a masterpiece. Absolutely impressed with his mastery of storytelling, acting, visuals and music, everyone took to social media to express their thoughts on what they say is Rishab's finest work to date. this day.

"Kantara… the last 20 minutes will take your breath away. Rishab at his best… or should I say THE GULIGA himself personified in him. You would have never seen anything like this in Indian cinema…, I'm so overwhelmed with the climax that I can't explain it. Really need to take a quick trip to Udupi and visit the divine energy," wrote actor-filmmaker Rakshit Shetty.

Anup Bhandari, Mangalurian colleague and maker of Vikrant Rona, wrote: "Grab a @shetty_rishab bow. ! #Kantara is your best work yet! Brought me back to my childhood days . Great job and congratulations @gowda_sapthami, @actorkishore, @AJANEESHB. #Aravindkashyap @VKiragandur @Karthik1423 and the whole team.




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Kantara Review - Behindwoods

by noreply@blogger.com (Unknown) on Sunday 09 October 2022 02:06 PM UTC+00 | Tags: movie-review
Kantara Review By Behindwoods - Looking for Latest Released Pan India Movie Kantara Review By Behindwoods. Then You have Land on The Right Website. Below You Can Read What is the First Reaction and Review By Behindwoods For This Movie.

Kantara Movie Review By Behindwoods

There is a village: Kundapura. Which is the seaside area of ​​Karnataka. Centuries ago, the king of that place had given a place to the tribal people there.

Kantara Review - Behindwoods

So that he can build his house and temple there. In return, their clan gods used to protect the king. That total deity is 'Panjurli'. He protects the people, village and forest of Kundapur. It is a folk tale, or as it is written in the tagline of the film, Dant Katha. It has been going on like this for years.

But now the king's but the grandson's but the grandson wants that place back. Because it is a very valuable land. Along with this, the people of the village take wood, herbs etc. from the forest and also hunt.

 This too has been going on for years. Now a forest officer arrives, who tells the people of the village that they cannot take over the forest land. Can't hunt. This leads to a fierce fight between them.

The film begins with Shiva (Rishabh Shetty), whose father practices 'Bhuta Kola'. No one can do this. Only a select few can do it. In this custom, man wears divine garb. Well does clothes, jewelery and make-up.

Then performs dancing and other arts for the deity. Due to this method, when the soul of the deity comes in that person, no one can say. Shiva does not like all this and he stays away from all this. He is also a Kambala player. There is a race of Kambala buffaloes, which takes place every year and its hero takes part in it with great enthusiasm.

How does the story of all this progress? How do they settle their disputes? How does he cope with what Shiva has been running away from all his life, that is the story ahead.

Saptami Gowda, who plays Leela, is in the role of Shiva's love interest. There are two or three such scenes, where Shiva does obscene acts with her. Like watching him hide while taking a bath etc. Which is wrong, but the purpose of these scenes is to show you what a petty man Shiva is.

He keeps getting scolded by his mother all the time. But when the need arises, he stands by his people. Untouchability has also been shown in the film. Kishore is in the role of Forest Officer, who has done a great job.

The cinematographer of Kantara is Arvind Kashyap. He has captured the jungle scenes very well.

Music is given by Ajneesh Loknath. Which is a great mix of folk and rock. The action sequences of the film are very graceful and have been choreographed by Vikram Mor, who has won the National Award twice.

The beauty of this film is its story telling. In the era of remakes and adaptations, we get to see a story that is very local and deeply connected to the people. Very rich culture and heritage is depicted.

There are very colorful close-ups and these make for an amazing visual experience. There are many such scenes, in which goosebumps stand. Action is also so right that don't ask! Sometimes in the mud, sometimes on the roof, sometimes in the rain! And the climax is the climax in the true sense. You see that Rishabh Shetty has given his whole life.
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