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150-minute run for KGF - Chapter 1- Cinema express

150-minute runtime for KGF - Chapter 1

Directed by Prashanth Neel, the Yash-starrer is slated for release in five languages on December 21

Published: 19th November 2018

The five-language release of KGF has been generating a lot of interest across the country. The latest news on the Yash-starrer is that director Prashanth Neel is ready with the first copy of the film.

According to sources, the runtime of the first part of KGF will be around 2 hours 30 minutes (150 minutes). This period drama is about a Mumbai street boy, Rocky, whose path changes when he heads to the Kolar Gold Fields. The film’s post production work is on, and at the same time, discussions about the release are also taking place with distributors, including Excel Enterainment and AA Pictures for Hindi, Vishal Film Factory for Tamil and Vaarahi Chalana Chitram for Telugu.

Meanwhile, the makers are yet to release the audio of the film, which is expected to be out in the coming days. The film’s music is scored by Ravi Basrur, while cinematography is by Bhuvan Gowda.

This film marks the debut of Srinidhi Shetty, who will feature in the film in all five languages. Other cast members include Achyuth Kumar, Vasishta N Simha, Ramya Krishnan and B Suresha.

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