KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review: Script Analysis
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review Prashanth Neel’s “ambition” overrides his storytelling skills, and that’s the most problematic aspect of his script. The visuals are stunning, but the entire argument for the idea of making things cool is weak.
The story has the same problems as chapter 1. For instance, what is the reason everyone is all the time? I tried to note how long a scene was silent, but the volume was so high I couldn’t focus.
I’m not opposed to loud movies; I’ve loved films like Master, Rowdy Rathore, Dabangg, and others. This one, however, isn’t only able to make your brain blank. It does the same with your ears too.
Sidebar A scene blocks the word “democracy”. It changes it into ‘demography’, and I was left wondering about the irony of the democracy-based society.
Bhuvan Gowda’s cinematography elevates already massively shot action sequences to a level almost unseen by this part of the Indian cinema industry.
The car chase scene with play and pause transitions is the most memorable part of the film, thanks to its stunning cinematography and the well-synchronized background score created by Ravi Basrur.
However, the same class-A cinematography doesn’t fit with the film’s overall feel, as it flies from one location to another during Yash Sanjay’s battle scenes because, according to the film’s narrative, it does not make it easy to comprehend.
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review: Star Performance
Chapter 1 proved why there is nobody else but Yash to possess the power from Rocky with such precision and of such swag. Chapter 2 further reinforces the same idea by changing his status from ‘Bhagwan to Bhai’.
The makers keep Rocky Bhai on the stage with his high-octane presence in every scene. When he speaks his dialogues, you can’t help to listen to his voice (even when it’s not something that interests you).
Srinidhi Shetty cannot contribute to the narrative. Plus, she’s given a tune (Mehbooba) that bogs down the second half with no convincing explanation.
Sanjay Dutt was expected to reprise Kancha Cheena’s character from Agneepath; however, the narrative’s narrow focus and the lack of one chance (apart from the introduction sequence) to feel any intrigue.
Raveena Tandon’s PM is a one-dimensional character throughout the film, without generating any impact. Prakash Raj is reduced to just a narrator and adds nothing more than his voice.
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review: Direction, Music
Like all directors working with the ‘worshipped by fan’ actor, Prashanth Neel succumbs to the fan service, losing focus on what should have been an honest and earthy presentation of the story.
The film is about Yash, not more than once, but throughout every scene, the film is a part of him, but Prashanth does not come up with an equally compelling reason to do it most of the time.
Ravi Basrur’s background music serves in a vast range of sounds, ranging from loud to crazy. As with everything else that’s been said, the BGM in this film complements some sequences and makes others feel burdened.
The majority of songs will be on my playlist after watching the film. However, the issue is that they’re not even relevant.
KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review The Last Word
In the end, it’s a leap from the ‘larger than life” to “more significant than God treatment. It also provides fans of Yash fans yet another reason to be grateful for his bravery.
However, beneath the screams and raucous BGM, the most critical aspect is ignored. It seldom is given a chance to shine fascinating storytelling.
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KGF Chapter 2 Review
Author Anand Vasiraju’s son Vijayendra (Prakash Raj) continues to tell the infamous Rocky’s (Yash) tale to a news-channel editor starting from where it all ended in the first chapter. In his story, we see how Rocky, from ‘bhai’, has now transitioned into ‘bhagwan’ for people around him. Now that he has killed Garuda, it’s Adheera (Sanjay Dutt) and his army who returns to find and kill Rocky. Adheera isn’t the only obstacle for Rocky to cross but he now is on the radar of India’s Prime Minister Ramika Sen (Raveena Tandon). While Rocky somehow dodges Adheera, it’s the Government that comes in his way of becoming the ‘CEO of India’ (in his own words). In this triple threat match, will there be just one winner? Well, put some cotton in your ears and sit back to know!
- Yash. Yash’s style. Yash’s action. And the thread that joins them all!
- Makers don’t ‘narrate’ the (half-baked) story, they howl in your eardrums!
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