Kantara is a Kannada film. However, its dubbed Hindi version has also been received well by the audience in North and East India.
What maybe the reason for this?
Kantara The film has been highly appreciated by most of the critics.
Newspapers like Times of India have also given it four star rating. Leaving aside just a few proven left-wing portals, there will hardly be any critic who has not appreciated this Kannada film.
If a Kannada film made on a modest budget of crores, which was not even dubbed in other languages earlier, can turn into a hit film only because of audience appreciation, why can’t Bollywood movies too do the same?
So, what is the reason that the celebrated filmmakers of the Mumbai film city are not able to understand the formula for the film to be a hit.
What exactly are they doing wrong?
If we talk about the hits from the last one year, they include The Kashmir Files, RRR, Kartikeya 2 and now Kantara.
Is there any message hidden in the theme of these movies for the Bollywood filmmakers?
Why don’t they get it?
Especially the message that people have stopped tolerating those who make fun of their heritage, their culture?
Kantara’s review on YouTube channel AKTK is something worth watching to get a hang of the experience that watching Kantara brings with it.
The review makes a perfect analysis of the reasons for the film being a big success and why Bollywood is unable to make a sense out of it.
We recommend that you watch this video review