“In The Film Industry Rishab Is Like Guliga Daiva And The Villains Are Big Budget Bollywood Movies”- RGV

In the past several days, ever since Rishab Shetty’s Kantara came out and took the box office by storm, every celebrity and critic is lauding Kantara. Now, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has taken to social media to appreciate the cinematic genius of the Hombale Films production.

RGV is back

Rishab Shetty’s film has dominated the Indian box office. Kantara, which has been dubbed in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi, is having a dream run in the theatres. It’s a clear winner as everybody from all corners of the country are praising the film. Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who never fears to speak his words, has yet again taken to Twitter and shared his thoughts on Kantara. He stated that a small film like Kantara has taken over all the biggies.


Ram Gopal Varma took to his Twitter handle and heaped praises on the Kannada film Kantara, which has managed to impress audiences with its content irrespective of any language barrier. He tweeted, Just when all Filmwallas came to the conclusion that only SUPER STARS, MASSIVE PRODUCTION VALUES, and SPECTACULAR VFX can bring people to theatres, a small tiny film with no names #Kantara is breaking all the records of the BIGGIES.

But that was not the last word on the matter either. RGV took to Twitter agaiN to write, “ The @Shetty_Rishab destroys the myth in film people that only mega budget films will pull people into theatres .. #Kantara will be a major lesson for decades to come. In the film industry now, @Shetty_Rishab is like a Shiva multiplied by Guliga Daiva and the villains are the 300 cr , 400 cr , 500 cr budget film makers who are being killed by a heart attack called #Kantara collections. Thanks to the DEVIL called @shetty_rishab, all big budget film makers will now suddenly keep waking up in the night from the nightmare collections of #Kantara ,Like how Shiva keeps waking up to Guliga Daiva.”

Kantara is an action thriller that talks about Bhootha Kola, a traditional dance for the deity. The film’s cast includes Kishore, Achyuth Kumar, Sapthami Gowda, and Pramod Shetty in pivotal roles. It is produced by Vijay Kirgandur under Hombale Films, the banner behind the KGF franchise.