For the past one week, Rishab Shetty’s Kantara has become the talking point among cinema lovers. The film is being discussed extensively on YouTube, Twitter, and other social media platforms and those who have seen it are raving about it.
The story, the depiction of Indian culture and traditions, the performances, and the direction are being appreciated by one and all. Especially, the climax of the film is said to be the best in recent times.
If reports are to be believed then the audience is literally going into a trance during the last 20 minutes of the film. People are saying that Rishab Shetty’s performance as the demigod is spellbinding, to say the least.
In the promotional interviews, Rishab mentioned that he not only prayed to the demigods but also did not eat non-vegetarian food during the shoot of the film’s climax which lasted over two weeks. It seems his passion and dedication have yielded him stupendous results.
Kantara is running to packed houses in Karanataka and it’s doing well in cities like Hyderabad where it is recording healthy occupancies.
The film, written and directed by Rishab Shetty, is a mystic thriller that focuses on a small village situated on the southern coast of Karnataka and depicts the conflict between humans and nature.