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KGF: Chapter 2 - The Rocky Bhai saga becomes first ever Kannada film to be screened in South Korea

The film was screened in Seoul, South Korea, to a tremendous response

  • OTTplay Team

Last Updated: 07.20 AM, May 09, 2022

KGF: Chapter 2 - The Rocky Bhai saga becomes first ever Kannada film to be screened in South Korea
KGF: Chapter 2 screening in Seoul, South Korea

The entire world has been soaking up the 'K.G.F: Chapter 2' mania and very recently, the South Korean fans of the film had their chance to witness be unleashed. The Yash starrer was screened in Seoul to an ecstatic audience and the film now becomes the first-ever Kannada film to have a premiere in South Korea. Audiences were also able to simultaneously enjoy the Hindi version of KGF 2 and judging by the pictures that are now available on social media, the screening event was a major success.

As seen in the pictures shared by the Facebook group named Indian Movies in Korea, a special screening of KGF: Chapter 2 was organized recently in the capital city of South Korea. Many Indian fans, along with those from Nepal, Bangladesh, and other countries, are said to have shown up to the theatres in full gusto and sent in their love for their favorite Rocking Star Yash. The organizers of the show also shared that despite limited shows and other issues, the event saw an emotional outpour from the fans.

Just as with other regions, Yash enjoys enviable fan-following in South Korea as well with a number of social media fan groups to his name. The overseas collections of K.G.F: Chapter 2 have been tremendously encouraging for the makers who saw the film outdo all expectations and even take one of the top spots during its run. As per Comscore, an independent cross-platform measuring agency for content and media, the Worldwide Box Office Report put K.G.F: Chapter 2 in the second spot (behind the latest edition of the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise) during the April 15-17 weekend - along with North America and the Middle East, the film has performed really well in Australia, Malaysia, and many other countries. The Tamil version of the film outdid 'Beast' in the opening week.