The production company behind the successful Kannada films KGF and Kantara, Hombale Films, plans to invest Rs 3,000 crore in the Indian entertainment sector over the next five years.
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The company plans to make films in all southern languages, according to Hombale Films’ founder, Vijay Kiragandur.
Over the next five years, we plan to invest Rs 3,000 crore in India’s entertainment sector. We anticipate continued growth in the entertainment sector.
“There will be a variety of stories. There will be five to six movies per year, including one event picture. We currently have ambitions to produce films in all south languages, Kiragandur said in an interview with PTI.
The producer stated that the objective is to engage a larger audience with stories that have cultural roots.
“We want to create something that appeals to a worldwide audience, but we also want it to be firmly based on our tradition and culture. For the future, we want to leave something behind. He continued, “We also want to help the Indian economy.”
The Bangalore-based production label has made the decision to collaborate with authors and creators from the Hindi cinema business in order to increase its audience.
Partner at Hombale Films Chaluve Gowda stated they had hired two top Bollywood authors to create films for the production company without going into further detail.
We are collaborating with a few Hindi writers… We will start looking for directors after the story is finished, followed by actors. We focus on writers first since they are the ones who develop the narrative, he said.
On September 28, Salaar, a movie starring Prabhas and set in all of India, will be released. Prashanth Neel is in charge of directing the action-adventure movie. Additionally, they are supporting the multilingual films Dhoomam, Bagheera, a Kannada action picture, and Raghuthata, a Tamil film starring Keerti Suresh.
Yuva Rajkumar, the superstar Rajkumar’s grandson, will star in one of the studio’s forthcoming films. Santhosh Anandram will helm the movie, which is scheduled for release at the end of 2023.
We have 4-5 movies planned for the upcoming year, and we’ll have 12 to 14 films during the following two years, Kiragandur added.
Tyson, a social thriller starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and Rakshit Shetty, Richard Anthony, and a film with Soorarai Pottru director Sudha Kongara are all scheduled for release in 2024.
With the historical action film K.G.F: Chapter 1, starring Yash, Hombale Films, which was launched in 2013, experienced success across all of India. The company’s debut movie, “Ninnindale,” starred Puneeth Rajkumar.
With “KGF: Chapter 2” and “Kantara” emerging as significant successes, the banner enjoyed a successful year at the international box office this year. According to reports, both films have made more than Rs 2,000 crore worldwide.
We were able to surpass some milestones we set, such as “Kantara,” which became the highest-grossing movie in Karnataka. According to Kiragandur, “KGF 2” saw six crore footfalls, whereas “Kantara” saw between two and three crores.
The third installment of “KGF” is also in the works; according to Gowda, this would be their main emphasis after “Salaar” director Neel is finished.
Making KGF 3′ is on the agenda. Prashant is now working on Salaar; after the film is over, he will begin writing the script for “KGF 3.” He’s got a plot… The producer suggested that it might occur the following year or later.