The massively hyped release KGF – Chapter 2 starring Yash hit screens on Thursday last week. Receiving a thunderous response from the audience, with advance bookings showing a nearly 80% occupancy rate the business of the film started on a high note. After collecting over Rs. 40 cr on each day over its four-day extended weekend, the business of KGF 2 crossed the Rs. 200 cr mark on Day 5 with a further Rs. 25.57 cr coming in.
What’s Good: Yash. Yash’s style. Yash’s action. And the thread that joins them all!
What’s Bad: Makers don’t ‘narrate’ the (half-baked) story, they howl in your eardrums!
Loo Break: The tracking rate of decibel/scene is so high that you’ll be forced to take one
Watch or Not?: Did you watch Chapter 1 and loved it? Give this a try as well, you may not love it as much but you’ll live through it
Available On: Theatrical Release
Runtime: 168 Minutes
Several days before the release of KGF Chapter 2 (Hindi), well-known cinema trade analyst, critic, and influencer Sumit Kadel tweeted about the film’s booking collection and Day 1 collection predictions, spot booking, and other topics. Up to this point, the booking collection for launch day has been around 14 crore rupees net. By the time it is released, it will have crossed the $20 million threshold. It is predicted that spot booking would be ridiculous. Read the article to know about KGF 2 Collection Day 1 Box Office Earning, Worldwide.
KGF Chapter 2 Collection
The anticipation for the Prashanth Neel-directed mafia film, which stars Yash and has Sanjay Dutt as the adversary, has reached an all-time high. With its unprecedented booking throughout the country, the film breaks all previous records.
The gangster thriller, a sequel to the 2018 film KGF: Chapter 2, will be released on Thursday, and bookings for the performance are already sold out in most cities around the country. Incredible things are happening with the film’s buzz in the media and with the general public.
|Day 1 Collection||₹ 116 Cr In India [Kannada: 22.85 Cr ; Hindi: 53.95; Malayalam: 4.9 Cr; Tamil: 7.9 Cr; Telugu: 26.4 Cr]|
|Day 2 Collection||₹ 139.25 Cr|
|Day 3 Collection||₹ 115.08 cr|
|Day 4 Collection||₹132.13 cr|
|Day 5 Collection|
KGF 2 Collection Worldwide
His swag has already spread worldwide, and rock star Yash is poised to have a successful box office run with KGF Chapter 2. Regarding Day 1 booking, the film is predicted to earn a minimum of Rs 25 crores net from the advance tickets, and it will outperform KGF 1’s opening day earnings.
KGF: Chapter 2 is already creating headlines ahead of its April 14, 2022, release date in India, which is the most anticipated film. On Wednesday, it was announced that the film’s producers would be providing fans with a new song from the upcoming release to keep them happy.
This morning, the song Sulthan from KGF Chapter 2 was made available, and it would not be incorrect to remark that it is a joy to the ears. Yash’s charm and attractiveness have completely taken over the music and the film. Energy is infused into the song via the fast-paced beat. It is reported that the Prashanth Neel-directed film boasts a well-crafted soundtrack, which has been composed by Shabbir Ahmed for KGF Chapter 2.
Prashanth Neel’s KGF: Chapter 2 will be released nationwide on April 14, 2022, in the languages of Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, and Malayalam. Produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the Hombale Films banner, the film is written and directed by Neel, one of the most sought-after directors working today.
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review: Script Analysis
Prashanth Neel’s ‘ambition’ overrides his ‘story-telling’ and that’s the biggest issue of his script. Everything looks extremely cool visually, but the whole argument behind making things cool is weak. It comes with some similar issues as chapter 1 like why is everyone talking so loud with everyone? I wanted to keep a track of how long any scene could be silent but it was so loud, I couldn’t concentrate.
Just to clarify, I don’t mind loudness in films, I’ve loved movies like Master, Rowdy Rathore, Dabangg and likes. But, this one doesn’t just leave your mind numb, but it does the same thing with your ears as well.
Side Bar: A scene censors the word ‘democracy’ changing it to ‘demography’, and I couldn’t help but wonder about the irony of what a democratic society we’re living in.
Bhuvan Gowda’s camerawork elevates the already monumentally mounted action sequences, to a level that’s almost unseen in the Indian film industry. Yash’s car chase sequence with ‘play & pause’ transitions remains the best highlight of the film owing to its breathtaking cinematography and well-synchronised background score by Ravi Basrur.
But the same Class-A cinematography goes against the feel of the film when it rushes from one place to another in Yash & Sanjay’s combat scenes because as the film’s story, nothing is clear enough to understand anything.
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review: Direction, Music
Prashanth Neel, like every other director working with ‘worshipped by fans’ star, gives in to the fan service losing his focus from what should’ve been a raw & earthy treatment of the story. The film celebrates Yash not once or twice but in every scene, he is in, it’s just Prashanth fails to find equally interesting reasons to do so for most of such instances.
Ravi Basrur’s background score serves in a huge spectrum from too loud to too trippy. Just like every other thing, even the BGM of this film is on steroids complimenting a few sequences, burdening others. Not a single song is going to remain in my playlist after the film, but the problem is they aren’t even situational.