Kantara Telugu Movie Review: Since Kantara’s publication, it has become incredibly famous, and as a result of its unquestionable success, its makers have decided to convert it into other languages, including Telugu and Hindi. With the Telugu version just becoming available to the general public today, October 15, 2022, and the Hindi version having just been released yesterday, October 14, 2022, to favorable reviews, let’s have a look at the movie and see how it did.
Shiva and his mother reside in a small tribal settlement. Rishab Shetty. He has stopped practicing the Daivaradhane and Bhoota Kola rituals as a result of a traumatic event he experienced as a child. He doesn’t mind living on the streets as long as he can hang out with his friends and earn some money doing odd chores for his landlord (Achyut Kumar). The age-old man-versus-nature clash is given new depth by Forest Officer Murali (Kishore). Do you believe Shiva can stop Murali from destroying the forest? Murali might serve as a phony bait for larger fish.
Cast & Crew
Under the Hombale Film brand, Rishab Shetty, Kishore, Achuth Kumar, Sapthami Gowda, Pramod Shetty, Vinay Biddappa, Aravind Kashyap, B Ajaneesh Loknath, Pratheek Shetty, K. M. Prakash serve as editors, and Vijay Kiragandur serves as producer.
The Kannada film industry changed its emphasis from epics to more introspective tales like Kantara with the release of KGF. The movie’s central conflict is between humans and nature, which is an intriguing notion that director Rishab Shetty does a fantastic job of realizing.
The emotional foundation of the story is established in the opening exposition of the movie, and later scenes presenting Shiva (Rishab Shetty) and the Kambla race are so expertly filmed that you feel like you’re truly in the story. Although the plot is rather predictable and unimaginative, the technical quality more than makes up for it.
The film has just the right amount of drama and intrigue to keep you interested until the very end, and the final 30 minutes will leave you dumbfounded, with the exception of a few repetitious moments in the second half. The second half of the movie delves deeper into the true narrative of culture and traditions mixed with a mystery, while the first half of the movie is full of entertaining scenes and situational comedy.
As a tough forest officer, revolting Rishab Shetty Kishore excelled in his part, and the rest of the cast also performed admirably. Shiva, whose character’s development and naturalistic acting style made the character believable, is the movie’s most enduring feature, nonetheless.
We are drawn in by Rishab Shetty’s deft writing and direction, which successfully accomplishes his goal of providing a story with a strong base.
Kantara is a skilled director of photography on a technical level. Aravind Kashyap successfully takes us to Kantara by using the ideal setting, lighting, and frame. B Ajaneesh Loknath’s background score (BGM) is fantastic, and the rest of the technical parts of the movie are wonderfully done even though the songs aren’t very memorable.
In conclusion, Kantara is a masterpiece and a must-see movie.
- Few Repetitive scenes