Artish, Srinidhi Shetty, Ramya Krishnan
Director Prashant Neel
Movie type Action
Rocky is an ambitious boy who dreams of becoming the richest and successful man, and this dream is not his own but his mother. From the streets of Mumbai to the KGF grounds, he just gets involved in fulfilling his mission.
Prashant Neel’s ‘KGF’ plays a lead role in the role of Yash, which has given the audience great hopes. Did the movie get the audience to live up to this expectation? Yes, the team has completely fulfilled their expectations. The film progresses fast in the first half, which looks a bit longer. The film is perfectly fit for the second half climax.
The movie’s most interesting part is that the screenplay and story pattern of the film appear to be successful in keeping people in an angle, in which Rocky appears gradually in his style.
Seen and Dialogues in the film are so fantastic that people can not stop themselves from playing applause and whistle. In order to keep pace with the stories of the film, Makers has smartly kept the story in front of the audience.
This film is a journey from 1951 to the year 2018, in which the makers have succeeded in keeping every character alive in the audience.
Make the film even more fun cinematography, art direction and the people in it. Everything has become magnificent, many of which make the spell charm. From the black world of KGF to the bright nightlife scene of Bangalore … everything is so beautifully filmed. As Rocky, Yash has felicitated this character and his presence on the screen surely makes the audience thrill.
The story of the first part of the film works to prepare the character of Rocky, which does not stop until he reaches his goal. Even the rest of the characters also make good stitches in Rocky’s role to take the height. KGF is completely successful in telling the story which has been tried to say through the film.