The song was met with widespread acclaim, leaving fans disappointed. But later, due to lack of jurisdiction, the court dismissed the said plea and lifted the ban, thus allowing the makers to add the song back to the film. Following the court order, Rishabh Shetty posted the following lines on his Twitter account: “With the blessings of the gods and the love of the people we have won the Varaha form case. We are going to change the song on OTT platform soon considering people’s request.
Taikkudam Bridge Band, along with Matrubhumi Printing and Publishing Limited (MPPCL), the copyright holder of the Varaha form went to the Palakkad District Court and filed a suit against Hombale Films. The Palakkad district court also ordered the removal of the song. However, eventually, this court also set aside the earlier order and dismissed the petition allowing the filmmakers to re-add the song.
Where to watch Kantha Rao on OTT?
Kanta Rao is airing in four languages Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam on Amazon Prime Video, Prime Video has acquired the digital streaming rights of Kanta Rao. However, it is reported that the rights of the Hindi dubbing version have been acquired Netflix.
Kantha Rao cast
Kanta Rao explores the relationship between humans and nature and features director Rishabh Shetty in the lead role Kaadubettu Shiva, Sapthami Gowda as Leela, Kishore and Achyut Kumar as Deputy Range Forest Officer Muralidhar. Devendra, Pramod Shetty. The film is produced by Vijay Kiragandur under Hombale Film banner. The same label is also known for producing another Indian-Kannada language blockbuster KGF.
Review by Kantarao
IMDb Rating: 9/10
Kanta Rao received universal acclaim from critics and audiences alike. The Hindu wrote in its review, “Rishabh Shetty succeeds in bringing out a story steeped in myths, legends and superstitions and that too in his local dialect.” Meanwhile, The New Indian Express called the film “a compelling revenge-action drama with a neat blend of crime and divinity”. Kanta Rao’s review for The Times of India called the film “a visual masterpiece”.
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Written By Sabhitech