KGF Chapter 1 review
Yash, Srinidhi Shetty, Achyuth Kumar, Anant Nag
Ravi Basrur, Tanishk Bagchi
KGF has been released in cinemas. Touted as the costliest film of Kannada film industry, the film has Sandalwood superstar Yash in the lead role.
KGF Chapter 1 Review
Story of the movie:
The story revolves around Rocky (Yash) who was raised in Mysore by a single mother, who died due to poverty when he was still young. Before bidding adieu, she gives the protagonist a goal to chase: get rich by any means necessary. The young Rocky arrives in Bombay, the city of dreams, to find a way to fulfill his mother’s dying wish that he will be a rich man when he grows up. With a strong attitude and courage, Rocky (Yash) turns a big name in Mumbai underworld, but destiny brings him to the blood-soaked Kolar Gold Mines (KGF). The first chapter of the film ends with the hero emerging victorious and laying a foundation for the second part of the film.
Yash delivers an explosive performance. Srinidhi Shetty looks beautiful but sadly gets a very limited scope of here. The actor playing Garuda is very good but yet again, he’s there for a very restricted time.
The film’s music is good. The background score is good at some places but bursts your ears at other.
The film’s direction is good. The screenplay is the most interesting part of the film. Adding the extra edge to the film are the cinematography, art direction and the locales.
Watch Or Not:
You can watch it!