Raja Krishnapa Bayra, also known as Rocky Bhai (Yash), became the new sultan of the Kolar Golden Fields (KGF) after killing Garuda. People began to consider him God and say to their children – “He broke our chains, never forget that.” Rocky built an empire in the KGF that no one can break. As Rocky plans to rule his world, his enemies enlist the help of the mighty Adheera (Sanjay Dutt), Garuda’s brother, to eliminate him. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Ramika Sen (Ravina Tandon) learns of Rocky Bhai’s world and promises to destroy it. The whole story revolves around how Rocky deals with his enemies to save his empire and his chair.
Yash did great in the role of Rocky Bhai. It can be said that he breathed life into the role with his style and gimmicks. Whether it was emotional scenes or heavy action series, Iasi looked very seamless. Sanjay Dutt looks impressive in the image of Adheera, although his screen time is much less than expected. At the same time, Rabbi Tandon performed well as India’s prime minister. Srinidhi Shetty has a lot of scenes … and the ones she has aren’t very strong either.
Prashanth Neel managed to present a sequel that is more impressive than the first part. The director combines the history and fame of Iasi. Therefore, while the film gives us many sequences of informers, some emotional scenes are also woven into the story. What is special is that the film fulfills its promise. This story, written by Prashanth Neel, keeps you hooked from start to finish. This time, the director added two great characters such as Sanjay Dutt and Ravina Tandon, both of whom are strengths of the film. However, the way Sanjay Dutt’s character was portrayed had a little more hope. The weak point of the film is its inconsistent tempo. The film is moving at a very fast pace in some parts .. While in some places the story stops .. especially in the first half. Therefore, the length increases. However, the culmination of the film is so great that it forgives all mistakes.
KGF: Chapter 2 is built on a much larger scale than its first part and the story of the film fits in perfectly with its scale. Especially the stunt series of the film deserve special mention. The action sequences of the film look great and have freshness. Ujjwal Kulkarni’s editing is good, but it stings in some scenes where the screen dims. At the same time, the operator Bhuvan Gowda brings KGF: Chapter 2 to a different level. Whether it’s the Rocky intro series or the climactic battle, every scene is stylishly shot.
The background of the film is given by Ravi Basrur, which is superb. It can be said that this makes the film spectacular. Apart from that, there are three songs in the film, apart from Sultan, the other two songs do not attract attention and increase the length of the film somewhere.
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For viewers who want to see style, action and heavy dialogue in the movies, KGF Chapter 2 will be a great choice. The film gives you many scenes of whistling. The climax is especially great. Iasi, who plays Rocky, performed well. At the same time, Sanjay Dutt and Rabbi Tandon remained strong. 3.5 stars for the movie from Filmybeat.
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