Yash’s cutouts in front of cinema halls are quite normal in Karnataka. For the first time, a 100 feet cutout of the actor has been erected in front of the Carnival Cinemas in Mumbai and the cutout has become the talk of the town.
‘Rocking Star’ Yash has got a huge fan following in Maharashtra and the northern parts of India post the success of ‘KGF 1’. So, there is a lot of hype over his ‘KGF 2’. The advance booking in Mumbai started a few days back and the tickets were sold for higher prices. Apart from that, morning shows of the film are expected to start at 6 AM on the 14th of April.
Meanwhile, a 100 feet cutout of the actor has been specially erected at the Carnival Cinemas. This is the first time that a South Indian actor is getting such a huge cutout in Mumbai. Even the Bollywood stars can’t see such huge cutouts in these times.
Apart from that, the Malur Yash Fans Association has created World’s largest Mosaic Book Portrait of the actor using 23,400 books. The Portrait is spread over 25,650 square feet at the White Garden Grounds in Malur Taluk of Kolar District in Karnataka.
‘KGF 2’ stars Yash, Srinidhi Shetty, Sanjay Dutt, Raveena Tandon and others in prominent roles. The film is written and directed by Prashanth Neel.
The film is produced by Vijay Kumar Kiragandur of Hombale Films. Bhuvan Gowda is the cinematographer, while Ravi Basrur is the music composer.