The recently released Kannada movie Kantara was a huge hit and was well received by the public. Kantara was dubbed into Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam this week and was released on October 16. The film is currently receiving critical acclaim in the media. Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam comment more positively and rate the film.
Kantara movie story:
In 1847, in Kannada territory, a king went into the forest in search of peace. When he sees the people there worshiping God together, he gives them large tracts of land. After this, in the 1970s, a descendant of the king wanted to reclaim the land.
But the goddess warns him there and he dies. After this, in 1990, a farmer wanted to take the same land from the people. On the other hand, the forest department says it will evict people by measuring reserve forests. The rest of the film’s story is about what happened to the deity that the people worshipped.
Kantara movie review:
Kantara’s direction is made by combining land politics in the triangle of government, landowners and tribes.
The habitats that approach reality, the cultural culture of the native tribes and the hunting industry, etc., are so admirable. The way the last scene is shot depends on the topography of the people and is enjoyable. Watch the full movie Kantara in theaters and it will be an unforgettable movie. It’s worth watching the movie.
Kantara film cast and crew:
Rishab Shetty’s acting brings the film to life and enhances the scenes. His performance in the final scene and the accompanying performance in particular are the epitome of a masterful artist. Kishore is a grumpy ranger. All characters have done justice to the roles throughout the film.
The graphics, music score, artwork, battles and sound design contribute to a great visual experience. Arvind Kashyam’s cinematography adds to the beauty of the screen.
Rishab Shetty, Sapthami Gowda, Kishore, Achyuth Kumar, Pramod Shetty, Shanil Guru, Prakash Thuminad, Manasi Sudhir and many others. Kantara full movie is directed by Rishab Shetty and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banners of the Homeble movies. Arvind S Kashyap handles the cinematography well with the montage by KM Prakash and Pratheek Shetty.