KGF Story: A rebellious gangster takes on the might of a secret gold mining field as he breaks down the power structures that surround the lucrative trade while giving the destitute workers in the mine some much needed hope.
KGF Review: The first thing you notice about filmmaker Prashanth Neel’s ambitious two-part period crime film is the scale. The project is massive, in a ‘Mad Max’ meets ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ kind of a way, where the action is as much about style, as it is about weaving an intricate tale spanning more than five decades, from 1950 till 2018. While one can see that the massive budgets have been put to good use with elaborate sets and a top-notch production value, one wishes that there was enough thought invested in the story as well. The non-linear narrative gets confusing at times and you come out just thinking about three characters which are Rocky, Seema (Srinidhi Shetty) and Garuda (Ramachandra). The remaining cast, while interesting, remains a blur.