KGF 2 Trailer Breakdown: Gates Of Narachi Has Opened Again, It’s Rocky v/s Adheera With A Twist

A sequel to Prashanth Neel’s KGF has arrived and social media is already in shock. The film will chart the face-off between the characters of Rocky Bhai, Ramika Sen, and Adheera and it is all set to release on 14th April.

The monster Trailer 

KGF Chapter 2 trailer is already setting social media on fire. The almost 3-minute video has collected 1 million-plus views in all languages.


Director Prashanth Neel has done it again! ‘KGF’s worldwide fan following is cheering the KGF Chapter 2 trailer. The blazing trailer is breaking records one after the other.

The trailer is all about how Yash aka Rocky Bhai grows up to be a powerful businessman in the gold mining industry. In this adventure, he gets involved in a rivalry with a politician played by Raveena Tandon, Adheera played by Sanjay Dutt who later arrive at Narachi as Rocky’s enemy.

What does the trailer show?

The trailer starts with a voiceover, “The story of blood cannot be continued with ink, but only in blood.” The massive dialogue depicts the concept of Chapter 2.


KGF 2 observes the events that occur after the killing of the villain Garuda. Yash, who is now helping the people laboring at the KGF, will have to face loads of hurdles. Because outside Narachi there are people who want to rule the Gold kingdom and Rocky has to do everything to defend his fortress. Or will it be the end of the hero? The question remains unanswered until April 14th.

In between the trailer, Yash shows the power of his character in the movie with a dialogue: “Violence, violence, violence, I don’t like it. I avoid. But, violence likes me. I can’t avoid it.”

We don’t know about the Box Office, but the war will surely shake the grounds of Narachi.  Moreover, as we come closer to the release of the massive entertainer, everyone is excited about the franchise’s conclusive tale. The anticipation for the movie now has crossed a line of madness amongst fans. The recent trailer released just shows how South India pictures can dominate the whole country.