Rishab Shetty Kantara It’s what you call a “dark horse”. The film was made on a relatively modest budget of Rs 1.5 crore (approximately) but is currently his second highest grossing Kannada film. Reportedly, the film surpassed his Rs 250 crore worldwide box office, making it the third Kannada film (after the KGF series).
talk Indian Express, trade analyst Ramesh Bala revealed that the film continues to be shown in Tamil Nadu and Hindi zones. As far as numbers are concerned, the national collection of films hover around Rs 20 crore. Meanwhile, the Hindi version of the film, which was released on October 14, minted around Rs 400 crore and is expected to fetch more than Rs 500 crore. Likewise, the Telugu version of the film has earned him over Rs 3.2 crore.
In addition to its box office success, Rishab Shetty has also received recognition from several quarters.he Recently met superstar Rajinikanth his Chennai residence. A photo of a Tamil actor honoring Rishab was shared on social media by the Kantara star.
In parallel, Kantara is also facing legal troubles after the Sessions Court of Kerala issued an injunction ordering the makers not to play the song “Varaha Roopam” on movies and other streaming platforms. The injunction is the result of a lawsuit filed by Kerala-based music band Tykudambridge. Kannada song is a plagiarized version 2015 song “Navarasam”
Kantara, starring Sapthami Gowda, Kishore and Achyuth Kumar, is produced by Hombal Films, the production company of KGF films. The film has music by B. Ajaneesh Loknath.
https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/regional/kantara-box-office-collection-rishab-shettys-film-is-the-second-biggest-grosses-of-kannada-film-industry-8236398/ Kantara box office: Rishabh Shetty’s film is the second highest grossing Kannada film industry, Hindi version expected to top Rs 50 crore