What would you expect from KGF Chapter 2?
What would you expect from KGF Chapter 2
KGF Chapter 2 Expectations
K.G.F: Chapter 1 ended with Rocky fulfilling his mission by slaying Garuda, the owner of the Kolar gold mine. The movie did not disclose reveal whether Garuda’s men, especially his bodyguard Vanaram, have pledged their allegiance to the new boss. Don Andrews, who had originally offered the contract to Rocky to murder Garuda, are going to be left frustrated since he wanted to overtake the mine. Garuda’s supposedly dead uncle Adhira, who had pledged to not stake his claim until Garuda was alive, are going to be keen on the throne. Politician Guru Pandiyan hasn’t revealed his cards yet. The motivations of Virat, Garuda’s younger brother, is additionally unclear. What about the slave labourers? Will Rocky alleviate their miserable suffering or will it's established order for them? Then there are Dubai don Inayat Basha who is eyeing the lucrative mine also because the Indian prime minister Rimika Sen who wants to bring Rocky down. How will Rocky handle this overwhelming odds against him are going to be interesting to observe within the sequel.
Beyond the storyline, I even have certain other expectations from the sequel. Chapter 1 has already established Rocky as an all-round badass who can effortlessly thrash goons. I hope the director tones down this admiration and focus more on character building. Another sore point is Rocky’s cringe-worthy romance track with Reena Desai. i'm surprised that writers still cannot write an honest role for actresses in action movies.
Srinidhi Shetty: How dare you!
Yash: How fair you!
In another scene, Rocky compares himself to a train and Reena to a track and remarks “let’s do chikku-bukku.” Ugh! If romance is irrelevant to the narration, the director should scrap it.
When you have signed a legendary actor like Anant Nag, why use him for exposition after exposition? Since the movie is actually narrated from him POV, his character is important for the sequel. So, give him more scenes where he meets and interviews Rocky and isn't just reduced to eulogising the hero.
While most of the fight sequences were terrific, especially the tunnel fight in lightlessness , the editing was so choppy that it had been hard to discern what exactly goes on. the matter with editing resurfaces when several characters are introduced rapidly, but because of rapid cuts, it’s near impossible to recollect their names. Raise your hands if you'll recall the name of Andrews’ aide or Garuda’s younger brother.
The number of villains within the sequel will be more than K.G.F: Chapter 1. For a director, balancing such an enormous cast may be a daunting task. we'll await 2020 to ascertain how Prashanth Neel handles the sequel!