The trailer of Yash and Srinidhi Shetty's KGF has been launched on Friday, 9 November. Rebel Star Ambareesh formally released the Kannada version of the clip in Bengaluru.
The 2.44 minute video begins with the quote, "The ending, to all stories is written by destiny." The opening scene is set in 1951 with a woman giving birth to a baby boy and on the same day a special stone is discovered, which, presumably, leads to the birth of a gold mine called the KGF.
10 years later, a boy, who is raised in the streets of Mumbai, confesses that he wants to rule the world. As he turned a gangster in the commercial capital of India, he gets an assignment which changes his lifeforever.
The video traces the life of Rocky (Yash) , who comes to end the misery of slaves working in the gold mine. The video is packed with high-voltage action sequences and punch dialogues. Every frame is appealing in the trailer with rich produciton value. The cinematography and BGM are top class.
Yash's body language and the way he mouths dialogues give goodbumps to the fans. Looking at the video, it looks like the movie is not just another action packed film, but has some global politics in it.
The Kannada movie is being dubbed into Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi languages. According to the makers, the movie has a universal content, which is why the movie has been dubbed in various languages.
The movie marks the second directorial venture of Prashanth Neel of Ugramm fame. It is a complete action drama and newcomer Srinidhi Shetty has been cast as the female lead. Malavika Avinash, Ananth Nag, Vasishta Simha, Srinivas Murthy, Roopa Rayappa and others are in the cast.
The other attraction of KGF is that leading actress Tamannaah Bhatia has done a special number. The film has Ravi Basrur's music, Bhuvan Gowda's cinematography and Srikanth's editing.
After the long delay, the movie is finally ready to hit the screens on 21 December, 2018.