Rocky is an ambitious boy who dreams of becoming the most rich and successful man and this dream is not his own but his mother’s. From the streets of Mumbai to the KGF grounds, he now starts to fulfill his goal.
Prashant Neel’s KGF Starring as lead star in ‘ Glory, Which tied the expectations of the audience. Did the film live up to the audience’s expectation? Yes, the team has fully lived up to their expectations. The film moves very fast in the first half, which also seems a bit long drawn. The film’s second half is perfectly fit for climax.
The film’s most interesting part is the film’s screenplay and story patterns seem to be successful in keeping people engaged, with Rocky slowly drifting into his style. The scenes and dialogues in the film are so spectacular that people are unable to stop themselves from clapping and whistling. In order to create a synergy between the stories of the film, the makers have cleverly put the story in front of the audience. The film has a journey from the period 1951 to the year 2018, in which the makers have been successful in keeping the enthusiasm of each character in the audience.
Making the film even more fun is the cinematography, art direction and the people who see it. Everything has become spectacular, with many scenes mesmerized. From KGF’s Kali Duniya to Bangalore’s dazzling nightlife scene … everything is filmed as beautifully. Yash as Rocky has lived up to this character and his presence on the screen certainly thrills the audience.
The story of the first part of the film serves to create the character of Rocky, who does not stop until he reaches his goal. Even the rest of the characters weave a good knack in taking Rocky’s character to a height. ‘KGF’ is completely successful in telling the story that has been tried to be told through the film.