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KGF isn't a drab fare. Nonetheless, it falls short of becoming a great movie by a long mile.
The impressively-mounted sets make up for Prashanth Neel's flimsy storyline. Composer Ravi Basrur lifts up the scenes with his terrific background orchestra.
KGF surely seems to have delivered what it set to achieve.
An over-the-top and prolonged saga that feels like an endless attempt to mine good material where there is none.
For fans of Yash, there are ample moments to cheer and hoot for, and 'KGF: Chapter 1' will make for an entertaining movie outing.
The visuals are consistently stunning. For instance, the bloody and raw climax takes your breath away.
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