Why KGF’s ‘Violence’ Dialogue Was Chosen To Be Performed In English, Answers Yash

Yash reveals why the ‘I Cannot Avoid Violence’ dialogue had to be performed in English and not in any other languages like Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, and Hindi.

KGF’s ‘Violence’ dialogue

A reporter throwing a witty question towards Yash, asks why this powerful dialogue by Rocky, saying ‘I Cannot Avoid Violence’ is specifically said in English and not in any of the local languages. To which Rocky gave a funny answer.


The dialogue goes like this: “Violence..Violence..Violence!. I don’t like it. I Avoid..But…Violence likes me!”, an action scene follows with it. The funny moment is when Yash uses the word “Avoid”. This dialogue has earned a lot of appreciation on social media.

Here is the dialogue: 


Answering the above question, Yash says, “Despite knowing the local Language, Rocky, which is my character, showcases his English skill which is not so good,” he said.


Buttler English

The dialogue is specifically said to tease the other troublemakers in the scene. And Yes, Rocky went to a corporation school and not a Convent school. The character wants to showcase that attitude of speaking English in a funny way and this is the reason he speaks Buttler English,” Yash clarifies.

KGF has been directed by Prashanth Neel and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the Hombale Films banner. This film also features Shrinidhi, Sanjay Dutt, Prakash Raj, and Raveena Tandon in the lead role.