Big shock to the Kantara movie's team

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Big shock to the kantara movie team

Kannada hero director Rishabh Shetty's sensational movie 'Kantara'. The movie starring Saptami Gowda as the heroine is produced by Vijay Kiragandur, the producer of 'KGF' makers Hombale Films. 

The movie was released in Kannada as a small film without any expectations, but it achieved sensational recognition along with huge collections at the box office. 

Kantara, after creating much hype was released in Telugu as well as Tamil Malayalam, and Hindi languages. 

The Telugu version of the movie has collected 45+ crores worldwide in 13days which has left the makers and traders in awe. This movie, which created a sensation in Kannada, is getting the same level of collection in Telugu, surprising many trade circles. 'Kantara' is creating new records as the Telugu audience is falling in love with the movie.

'Kantara', which is making the trade pundits in awe, has now become the talk of India, earning the same level of collections in Hindi as well. Along with critics, movie stars, crazy heroes, Bollywood directors, and heroines are also showering praises on this movie. 

However, a copy controversy is now running around 'Kantara'. In the climax scenes of the movie, a song which is based on Bhuthakola, 'Varaha roopam ' has now become a controversy. This song is the most important part of the movie. 

The Malayalam 'Taikkudam Bridge' music band made sensational allegations that Kantara makers have copied this song. They have been accused of copying their newly released 'Navarasam'. Apart from that, the music band Taikkudam Bridge' approached the court saying that the song should be removed from the film.

With this, the Kozhikode Sessions Court of Kerala has issued orders to the makers of 'Kantara' to immediately remove the song 'Varaha Roopam' from the film.

The order bans the makers of the movie, including the producer, director, and music director, besides OTT platforms, music channels, websites, and YouTube from using the song without the permission of the Thaikkudam Bridge band.

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