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Kurukshetra, The Villain And KGF; Will These Films Change The Face Of Kannada Cinema Worldwide?

By: Shraman Jain

Without precedent for the historical backdrop of Kannada industry, films like KGF, The Villain and Kurukshetra are being made on such enormous budgets, and the fact is that, their overall budget covers almost 50% of the total turnover last year. The makers of respective films have contributed a tremendous sum on these movies, subsequently, accomplishment for these movies are exceptionally fundamental to sack some benefit and even to motivate different producers to contribute enormous budgets on Kannada films. 

Indeed, even the market is getting extended, because of online streaming stages like Amazon Prime and Netflix, who purchases splendid and star-studded movies at a challenging cost. Every one of these elements encourage the creators to contribute on films without the slightest hesitation. Shockingly, Amazon Prime and Netflix haven't ventured into Sandalwood, however there's a positive ray of expectation that it happens soon with films like Kurukshetra and KGF. 

As of now, Kannada Film Industry is never again confined to Kannada audiences. For instance, Kurukshetra is a film that'll speak to a wide range of crowds and has components that'll work universally as well. The film likewise has an ensemble star cast, Ambarish, V Ravichandran, Arjun Sarja, Sneha, Meghana Raj, Bharathi Vishnuvardhan, Nikhil Gowda, Sonu Sood and Shashikumar among others, is being made on an astounding budget of ₹75Cr. 

The Villain, stars two of Kannada industry's greatest stars — Sudeep and Shivrajkumar. Pegged at a budget of ₹60Cr, the film denotes the Kannada debut of Amy Jackson. The film likewise stars Mithun Chakraborty in a vital role.

What's more, now, we should talk a couple of things about magnum opus, Yash starrer KGF, set against the background of 70's, is reputed to be made on a whooping budget of ₹80Cr. The film is relied upon to be discharged in two parts, in five languages. There has been no restriction set on the budget, which everyone understands once the film's out.

While talking about the film, Yash stated, “When enormous spending movie enable the market to develop, even the little spending movies advantage from it. In a way, the trend will give us the courage to stay afloat even when other languages are doing well.”