Kgf: Chapter 2 (U/A)
14/Apr/2022 Action, Drama 2hrs 48mins

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Mass Overloaded!

Apart from a few lows that exist in the first half, the film is such an entertaining and an emotional roller coaster ride filled with goosebumps. Great vision and conviction by director Prashanth Neel that has made way for a solid theatrical experience.(more)

Source: Ashwin Ram, MovieCrow


KGF Chapter 2 is grand in every aspect and will continue to mint the Box Office. Don't miss the Action!

Prashanth Neel and Co have successfully recreated the magic of KGF Chapter 1, rarely losing focus on what they intended to achieve. With all the actors chipping in with useful performances, and Ravi Basrur and Yash carrying the film forward with their respective energies, KGF Chapter 2 ends as a sol...(more)

Source: Behidwoods Review Board,


A brutal tale of raw machismo and a hint at a third chapter

The film belongs as much to filmmaker Prashanth Neel as it does to Yash. Both of them have managed to deliver a sequel that seems more immersive than the first part. Albeit, Prashanth has always maintained that the second part had the bigger chunk of his original story when they decided to break it ...(more)

Source: Sunayana Suresh, Times Of India


Yash and Sanjay Dutt steal the show in this terrific action flick

Prashanth Neel's KGF: Chapter 2 is replete with 'mass' moments not just for Yash but also for Sanjay Dutt. These scenes are aplenty and come at frequent intervals only to get us hyped up for what's about to come. With Sanjay Dutt, Prashanth found a menacing villain, who has an equal weightage as the...(more)

Source: Janani, India Today


Yash's 'Rocky' Transitions From 'Bhai' To 'Bhagwan', But The Atheist In Me Is Also A Critic!

All said and done, this jumps from 'larger than life'' to 'larger than god''ko treatment, and gives Yash fans another reason to celebrate his heroism. But beneath all the screams and boisterous BGM, one important thing gets suppressed and rarely gets a chance to flourish � intriguing storytelling.(more)

Source: umesh Punwani, Koimoi


Yash Struts Through Battering Ram Of A Movie With Undisguised Glee

K.G.F. Chapter 2 is one uninterrupted, ear-splitting drone that lasts all of three hours. If your brain survives the onslaught, chances of your eardrums remaining unscathed are slim. The film allows itself absolutely no breathing space either in terms of pacing or with regard to what it piles up on...(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies


Too much sound, a lot of fury, little impact

The trouble with films busy working on their look is that they forget about plotting. The film swings haphazardly between the past, which shows us Rocky's devotion towards his mother (Archana Jois), and the present, in which he swings between being a saviour and the guy who cracks the whip and roars...(more)

Source: shubhra Gupta, Indian Express


Chapter Two improves on its predecessor: it is an epic times two.

KGF: Chapter Two, along with the opening and closing imagery. But I didn't mind. The action and the masala flavour and the precision of the cuts are fantastic, and even if the story arc feels familiar, the denseness from the screenplay/editing makes it all seem new.(more)

Source: Baradwaj Rangan,

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Agilam Nee” Madhurakavi Agilam Nee Listen
2 “Toofan” Madhurakavi Deepak Blue, Govind Prasad, Yogisekar, MOHAN KRISHNA, Santhosh Venky, Manesh Dinakar, Sachin Basrur, Ravi Basrur, Puneeth Rudranag, Manish Dinakar Female : Vaish Listen