Controversy Surrounds Kantara movie
Telugu Cinema News: The Kannada film Kantara stars Rishabh Shetty and Saptami Goud in the lead roles. The movie was written and directed by the actor Rishabh Shetty and is produced under the KGF movie makers’ Hombale films.
The Movie Maker has released this movie without any expectations in the Kannada language. But after the movie got released, the movie was showered with love by the audience and received huge success at the box office with collections. The movie was later released in other languages like Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. Not only did it set a new record in the industry, but have already crossed a hundred crores in the collection at the box office.
Apart from the Kannada film industry, the movie is creating records in all the languages that it is released including the Tollywood film industry. The unknown Kannada film actor is being showered with love and acceptance by all audiences across industries. This is not an ordinary thing and the movie has broken all the records.
The movie has received an IMDb rating of 4.8. This is the first time in Indian film history of a movie received such a high rating. The movie even crossed the rating of KGF 2 and RRR.
With the collections and the records, the movie has instantaneously become the talk of India. Apart from the audience many popular personalities like Bollywood directors and actors like Kangana Ranaut, Shilpa Shetty, and Amitabh Bachchan have showered their love and praised the movie for its genius storyline and acting.
Controversies of the movie in Kerala
The climax song Varaha Roopam Daiva Varishtam has gained a lot of attached for portraying the ancient traditions of Indian culture beautifully. But the song has become a controversy recently.
The Malayalam-based band Thykkudam Bridge has accused the filmmakers of copying the tune and the lyrics from them. So, they are protesting that the song should be removed from the film and should not be played in the theatres.
The Kerala Kozhikode court has issued an order to the producers of the film that the song should not be played in any theatres in Kerala. In this context, the audience is commenting that the climax scene is the most crucial part of the film and it would be difficult for the film to continue in the theatres if the song would be removed.
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