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Hidden Facts About Kantara Movie

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  1. In the penultimate battle scene, Shiva sustains a wound to his forehead that predicts the arrival of Swami Guliga in his body. According to Puranic Itihaas, Lord Shiva’s third eye opens during the process of the cosmos dissolving. It’s interesting to note that Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu have a transcendental bond of devotion. In the film, as Swami Guliga kills the landlord, he prostrates before Panjurli Dev, a stone statue of Lord Shiva dressed as Lord Vishnu’s devotee. The usage of “Varaha Roopam,” a hymn that honours Lord Varaha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, right after the sequence emphasises its significance. The dance of creation is followed by the dance of death throughout the film, even stylistically.
  2. The entire movie cost 16 crores INR to make, and it took 96 days to shoot. In one month, it brought in about 188 crores.
  3. Because to the movie, the Karnataka government approved a monthly allowance for Bhuta kola performers over 60.
  4. Rishab Shetty, an actor, writer, and director, claims that he recorded Daiva’s call (a woah sound) near the conclusion because it delays as the plot develops. “The call serves as a signal of existence at first and a warning in the end. Kantara is a sign, according to that call.”
  5. The majority of the “Kola” sequences, according to writer, director, and actor Rishab Shetty, were shot under the moon’s natural light.
  6. When questioned about his reaction to filming the climax sequence, actor Rishab Shetty stated that he was speechless. Because the experience was so pure and faultless, he indicated he would like to keep it to himself. In addition, he said that as a believer, he had no concerns regarding the movie’s spiritual potency.
  7. Raj Shetty choreographed every scene in “Kola”
  8. When he had to dress as Daiva, Rishab Shetty, who freely declares his faith, would fast throughout the entire filming. All he would drink was coconut water. The clothing would make it difficult to move around normally because of its 50–60 kg weight.
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