Kantara is an action thriller flick scripted and directed by Rishab Shetty Rishab Shetty is a Kannada film actor and director >> Read More... . Vijay Kiragandur Vijay Kirangadur is an Indian producer who majorly >> Read More... produced the film. B Ajaneesh Loknath composed the music. The film features Rishab, Sapthami Gowda Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Kishore, Achyuth Kumar Achyuth Kumar was born in Bangalore. He has acted >> Read More... , Pramod Shetty Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Shanil Guru, Prakash Thuminad Prakash Thuminad is a charming and talented Tamil >> Read More... , Manasi Sudhir Manasi Sudhir is an Indian film actress who is pre >> Read More... , Naveen D Padil, Swaraj Shetty Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Deepak Rai Panaaje, Pradeep Shetty Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Rakshith Ramachandra Shetty, Pushparaj Bollara, Raghu Pandeshwar Raghu Pandeshwar is an Indian actor, popular among >> Read More... , Mime Ramdas Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , BasumaKodagu, Ranjan Saju, Rajeev Shetty, Atish Shetty, Radhakrishna Kumbale, and Naveen Bondel. “Arvind S Kashyap” cranked the camera, and the editing is by and Pratheek Shetty.
Shiva is a henchman who does small jobs for Devendra Suttooru, a landlord. They live in a tribal hamlet. Due to a troubled past, Shiva stays away from Bhoota Kola and Daivaradhane's legacy. Forest officer Murali enters the village, and in a situation, Shiva locks horns with Murali. During the Bhoota Kola festival, Shiva was asked to perform the rituals, and he denied it, as he and his mother were still suffering when the attended the festival and followed the rituals when he was a child. Why did Shiva refuse? Who is Murali? Why did Shiva and Murali fight? The rest of the film deals with these.
Rishab played a dual role as the father and son and did his best. Kishore did an excellent job, and his look is also a plus point. Achyuth Kumar and Saptami Gowda are good in the given roles. Praveen and Pramod did a decent job.
The story has nothing unique, but all it has is in the making. A simple story is shown in a mind-blowing way with effortless performances. Rishab is really a show stealer. His dialogues and body language are superb, and his pitching tone is excellent. The main hero of the film is the cinematographer Arvind. The production design is impressive and the background shades are changed frequently to match the story’s flow. The music is fantastic as usual. A few comedy scenes worked out, and the action scenes are incredibly choreographed.
What’s Not There?
Kantara is a wonderful watch not only for Rishab’s fans, but the action movie lovers. If you want to try a new film with good performances, you can try this!