A south film breaks all time records in Indian cinema history. The ‘KGF Chapter 2’ has made it’s mark with the release and achieved all time highest box office collection of ₹1200 crores and counting till date in Indian film industry, all big production houses and superstars from all over India are focusing on south films to be the part of blockbuster category which is in demand.

Director Prashanth Neel, worked on the film’s screenplay since 2014, and development of the film began in early 2015. However, he decided to split the film in two parts, as the narration of this story is in a non-linear format, and the decision to split the film into two parts, also had to with the commercial prospects. In October 2018, he added it will be a multilingual film, as the film is based on a unique idea and has a universal theme.

In December 2020, Prashanth Neel said that there were no plans for a third instalment in the K.G.F franchise however the movie which released have a closing of chapter 3 in end.

Prashanth Neel decided to rope in composer Ravi Basrur and cinematographer Bhuvan Gowda as a part of the technical crew for the second part of the film While Yash and Srinidhi Shetty have reprised their respective roles, Sanjay Dutt was roped in for a the role of antagonist and Raveena Tandon roped in for the major role.

The makers completed major portions in March 2020, with post-production works being kickstarted, but filming came to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in India. Prashanth Neel claimed that Sanjay Dutt had completed shooting for the film, with only dubbing for his portions was pending, during which Sanjay Dutt was diagnosed with lung cancer, and left US for immediate treatment in August 2020.

The film was resumed in August 2020 in Bangalore post a gap of 5 months. Malavika Avinash and Prakash Raj joined the sets on this schedule. In October 2020, Yash and Srinidhi Shetty resumed the shoot in Mangalore with the team for final part of the shoot and Sanjay dutt joined back for the climax action scenes in December 2020 in Hyderabad.

The audio rights for K.G.F: Chapter 2 were bought by Lahari Music and T-Series for ₹7.2 crore and released the first single title track “Toofan” on 21 March 2022, It crossed over 26 million views within 24 hours of its release. On 6 April 2022, the second track titled “Gagana Nee” was released, On 13 April 2022, the third track titled “Sulthana” was released. On 14 April 2022, the fourth track titled “Mehabooba” was released. On 16 April 2022, the makers released the soundtrack album, containing four songs. On 24 April 2022, the fifth single titled “The Monster Song” was also released.

A fictional newspaper named K.G.F Times was designed based on vintage newspapers. Starting from 4 to 10 January 2021, the makers unveiled the new editions of the film through their social media accounts as a promotional move.

The teaser trailer was initially scheduled to release on 8 January 2021, coinciding with Yash’s birthday in five languages.
Zee Network acquired the satellite rights of the Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam versions and Sony Max acquired the satellite rights of the Hindi version. The film’s digital streaming rights are sold to Amazon Prime Video for all five languages in May 2022.

Till date K.G.F: Chapter 2 have collected ₹1200 crore worldwide on the first day of its release, on its second day, the film collected ₹122 crore (US$16 million) worldwide for a two-day total of ₹286 crore (US$38 million), surpassing K.G.F: Chapter 1’s lifetime gross of ₹250 crore (US$36.56 million), and took its place as the highest-grossing Kannada film of all time, on its third day, the film estimated collected ₹104 crore (US$14 million) worldwide for a three-day total of ₹390 crore (US$51 million), on the fourth day of its release, the film crossed ₹552.85 crore (US$73 million) mark at the worldwide box office, on the fifth day of its release, the film grossed more than ₹625 crore (US$82 million) worldwide. The collections on the sixth day stood at ₹675 crore (US$89 million).The first week collection of the film was ₹719 crore (US$94 million).
The movie grossed ₹1,006 crore (US$130 million) in 14 days and became the 4th Indian movie to cross the 1000 crore mark worldwide and the second fastest movie to collect ₹1000 crore in Indian film industry. Now, this benchmark films is no comparable to any hindi films superstars or films. The south films jadoo is in waves to enthrall your expectations. #filmshyd #hydnews