Rishab Shetty Opens Up On ‘Kantara 2’, ‘What You Saw Is Part 2, Part 1 Will Come Next Year’

Actor-filmmaker Rishab Shetty has, in the end, shed a little light on the enormously-expected Kantara 2, which has been doing the rounds within the grapevine for some time. Speaking at a Bengaluru event organized to have fun with the 100-day theatrical run of Kantara and its grand fulfillment, Rishab unfolded on Kantara 2 and brought that it’s going to hit the monitors globally in 2024.

Rishab said that what audiences saw in Kantara was the second part. Kantara 2 could be the prequel to the starting place story, making it the primary element. He additionally confirmed that he had commenced the scripting element for Kantara 2.

“We thank the audience for their big love and support for Kantara. With the blessing of almighty Daiva, the film has efficaciously finished a hundred days, and I would like to take this opportunity to announce the film’s prequel,” Rishab Shetty said at the latest event.

In line with a record, Rishab said, “What you have seen is Part 2, Part 1 will come next year. Even as I began shooting for Kantara, the idea got to my thoughts. It is due to the fact the records of Kantara have a greater intensity to them. Currently, we’re in the center of digging into greater details. As the studies continue, it’d be very early to show details about the film.”

Kantara, which translates to mystical woodland, tells the story of a local demigod (Bhoota) who trades forest land to the tribe’s people with a king in 1870 in change for happiness. Many years later, while the king’s son grows grasping and wants the land again, he dies due to the wrath of Bhoota.

The movie, directed by Rishab Shetty, grossed over ₹400 crores globally. It has emerged as the best-grossing movie of all time in Karnataka. Recently, Rishab attended the Bhoota Kola festival to have fun with the massive success of his film Kantaraalong with his own family. The movie, inspired by the divinity of Panjurli Daiva, magnificently recreated the Bhoota Kola competition, which became one of the major highlights of Kantara.

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