KGF Chapter 1 is a 2018 Indian Kannada-language period action film written and directed by Prashanth Neel, and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner Hombale films. It is the first installment in the two-part series, followed by KGF Chapter 2. The film centers around Raja Krishnappa Bairya “Rocky”, born into poverty, who arrives in Bombay (now Mumbai) in the 1960s, on a quest for power and wealth as desired by his dying mother. Involved with the gold mafia there, he is recruited to kill Garuda, the oppressive heir-in-waiting, in Kolar Gold Fields. Yash stars as Rocky, while Ramachandra Raju features as Garuda. KGF was released in Kannada on 21- De-2018. Below you can find KGF vs VVR Box Office Collection, KGF vs VVR Review.
Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language action film written and directed by Boyapati Srinu. VVR film stars Ram Charan and Kiara Advani in the lead roles. Vivek Oberoi stars as the antagonist while Prashanth, Sneha, and Aryan Rajesh appear in pivotal roles. This movie was released on 11-Jan-2019 in Telugu.
KGF vs VVR Facts
KGF was released on 21st December 2018 in over 2600 Screen. Later after the 2nd Week, KGF movie was allocated extra screens making it a total of 3000 Screens. KGF was the first Kannada movies to get released in 5 Different languages like Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu & Hindi.
VVR was made with a budget of 80 Cr. The movie is also dubbed in Tamil and Malayalam both dubbed released on 8 February 2019.
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KGF vs VVR Box Office Collection
KGF collected more than 250 cr in 50 days. Yash’s KGF collected 10 Cr in Tamilnadu. KGF collected 90 Cr in Karnataka. Yash’s KGF collected 35 Cr in Hindi. KGF collected 5 Cr in the USA.
VVR Total Box Office Collection was 64 Cr. On its first day, VVR collects 21 Cr. On its second day, it collects 6.20 Cr.
KGF vs VVR Review
KGF film clearly belongs to our protagonist Rocky (Yash), a kid from the streets of Mumbai who grows up to become a one-man army. While his greatness is established in the first half, there are way too many scenes that go on to show how kick-ass our leading man is, which gets tedious, especially in the second half. All pumped up and in a gangster mode, Yash does all the heavy lifting here and has more than a dozen fight scenes, most of which are choreographed quite well.
VVR, Ram Charan who tries hard to give an emotional context to his outbursts and his killing spree, nothing works in favour of Vinaya Vidheya Rama. There’s never a moment in this actioner where you feel for the characters.