Kantara OTT reviews on Twitter: Diehard fans rewatch the movie, disappointed that “Varaharoopam” song is removed

After weeks of when and where, Kantara has finally arrived on OTT. The Kannada blockbuster that has been breaking BO records one after the other, is the story of a Kambala champion who runs into problems with an upright DRFO officer, Murali. Directed by Rishab Shetty, who also plays the main lead in the movie, the flick is set and filmed in Keradi in coastal Karnataka.

After waiting for so long, fans finally caught a glimpse of the blockbuster from the comfort of their home. While those who saw the movie for the first time immensely loved it, there are others who were disappointed that the soul of the movie, the climax song Varaharoopam was removed.

One user wrote, “#Kantara success can be remembered for a long time. First Kannada movie to complete 50days In all major metropolitan cities of India. After 50 days still running with screen count near 1000. KGF2 was 400. #DivineBlockbusterKantara.”

Another user recommended the movie to those who haven’t watched it yet. The user wrote, “Kannada’s biggest blockbuster #Kantara streaming on Prime now💥Highly recommended to those who haven’t watched the movie yet🤝”. Another user added, “#Kantara 🙏🙏🙏 on TV, I don’t know how many times I’m going to watch this from now on #KantaraTheLegend.”

Then there was a section of audience who were upset over the song Varaharoopam being removed, reportedly due to a copyright issue. One user wrote, “#Kantara, If Hombale knew Kantara would collect 400cr they would have bought rights for “Varaha Roopam” instead of lifting it 😂 M surprised how they failed to solve the issue till nowClimax is incomplete without this 🙃movie 🔥 🔥 🔥#kantara #rishabhshetty #KantaraOnPrime #KantaraTheLegend.”

Another user wrote, “For the people who waited to watch #KantaraMovie from OTT, It’s a big loss for you guys. The soul of the movie is removed 🥲, yes the #varaharoopam song is officially removed in the OTT version.” Another user aded,”#KantaraMovie #KantaraOnPrime lot of changes in BGM from theatre to OTT it doesn’t make sense and no feel, waited so long @shetty_rishab @PrimeVideoIN @shetty_rishab.”

Kantara is now streaming on Prime Video in four languages – Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam.

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