Kantara, directed by Rishab Shetty, is doing exceptionally well at the box office. It’s been almost a month, yet the film has yet to slow down. This newest Sandalwood blockbuster continues to draw crowds not just in India but also outside. The most recent achievement is the crossing of the milestone of 250 crores, which is detailed below.

We announced yesterday that the film has now become the second highest-grossing Kannada film of all time at the worldwide box office. It topped Yash’s KGF Chapter 1’s gross revenue of 240 crores. The film, which was made on a shoestring budget, has done unfathomable things thus far, and its golden run will continue for a few more weeks as there is still plenty of fuel remaining.


According to the most recent data, Kantara has earned a staggering amount of 198.50 crores net (all languages) in 28 days in India. It is worth a total of 234.23 crores in gross terms. With an additional 16 crores from overseas, the film now has a total worldwide box office gross of 250.23 crores. There is no doubt that the 300 crore barrier will be reached. It’s just a matter of how long it takes from here.

Kantara, on the other hand, is gaining hearts across the country. Rajinikanth is the latest celebrity to be wowed by the flick.

Taking to Twitter, Rajinikanth wrote: “The unknown is more than the known” — no one could have articulated it better in cinema than Hombale Films’ ‘Kantara.’ “You gave me shivers, Rishab; kudos to you as a writer, director, and performer.” Congratulations to the whole cast and crew of this classic of Indian cinema.”

‘Kantara,’ directed by Rishab Shetty, has grabbed the hearts of Indian audiences across the country, translating well at the box office. Rishab Shetty wrote, produced, and directed the action-thriller film, which debuted on September 30. Kantara’s Hindi adaptation is doing well at the box office, having collected Rs 31.7 crore.

Abhiroop Basu with different views

On the other side, filmmaker Abhiroop Basu has blasted the Kannada film Kantara, helmed by Rishab Shetty, which has received great reviews from fans and celebrities in the Hindi and South industries. In a new interview, Abhiroop remarked that the film forces people to “believe in divine intervention.”

In an interview with sources, Abhiroop Basu slammed Kantara, saying, “It makes a mockery of anyone’s intelligence in my opinion. Poorly constructed, regressive, noisy, loaded with clichés, no true character to root for, so-called narrative twists appear dishonest and only serve as gimmicks, the protagonist’s redemption arc is ludicrous, and by the time the film reaches the much-touted finale, I am no longer interested.”

“But I suppose it shouldn’t be surprising for a film that makes you believe in ‘divine intervention’ to make a lot of money, especially when you’re pushing so hard as a government to justify the scientific significance of a legendary character. So, in reality, everything fits “he stated.

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