Kantara: Kamal Haasan praises Rishab Shetty’s film for its “inspiring” storytelling

kantara, the Kannada action thriller written and directed by Rishab Shetty, has become one of the biggest hits of 2022. The film, which stars director Rishab Shetty himself in the lead role, has received immense love from the common public. and members of the film industry. Some of the biggest names in the Indian film industry, including superstar Rajinikanth, have praised Kantara and its creators. veteran actor Kamal Haasan is the latest celebrity to join the list.

Kamal Haasan praises Kantara

According to the latest reports from Times Of India, Kamal Haasan finally watched Kantara on November 18, Friday. The veteran actor is said to be very impressed with the Rishab Shetty director, especially he does. Reports suggest that Kamal Haasan personally called the young filmmaker and praised the film and called it very appealing. The Indian 2 The actor also said that this kind of cinema is very inspiring, much to the delight of actor-director Rishab Shetty and the creators of Kantara.

The massive success of Kantara

For the uninitiated, director Rishab Shetty initially had a limited release across the world, that too only in the Kannada language. However, Kantara received rave reviews from audiences which eventually resulted in its pan-Indian release. The action thriller was dubbed into all major Indian languages ​​including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi and quickly became a mega hit.

Kantara, which is set against the backdrop of the Karnataka coast, and revolves around a regional ritual dance form named Bhoota Kola. Rishab Shetty played the central character Kaadubettu Shiva and his father in the film, which stars Sapthami Gowda, Kishore, Achyuth Kumar, Pramod Shetty, Prakash Tuminad, Naveen D Padil and others in key roles. Ajaneesh Loknath composed the music. Arvind S Kashyap handled the cinematography. Kantara is financed by Vijay Kiragandur, under the Hombale Films banner.

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