The teaser of the film, which brings back Kannada superstar Yash as Rocky, has received over 67,41,517 views and more than 524k likes on YouTube since release on January 7.
As fans await the release of the teaser on January 8, Sanjay Dutt opens about his role Adheera, his experience working with Prashanth Neel, and Kannada star Yash, the action sequences, and more.
The actor had previously told us that director Prashanth Neel narrated her the script even before she watched the first part.
KGF Chapter 2 is a multilingual venture, and will be released in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.
...says Prashanth Neel, who has completed the shooting for the sequel, and is looking forward to start the post-production process, just as KGF Chapter 1 completes two years of release
"KGF: Chapter 2" cinematographer, Bhuvan Gowda, took to Twitter and shared a picture with Dutt, who features in the film as the antagonist, Adheera.
According to sources, Sanjay Dutt is likely to join the sets on December 6 to complete the remaining portions.
The actor, who makes her Kannada debut with this film, plays Ramika Sen, who is reportedly modelled after the late Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
Yesterday, hairstylist Aalim Hakim posted a video of Dutt showing one of his recent surgery scars and stating that he will soon be out of 'cancer'.
Sanjay Dutt will also be joining the sets to complete his portions.
KGF Chapter 2 is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year and will also see Sanjay Dutt essay the role of Adheera in the film.
...says Srinidhi Shetty, on getting back to shooting for Prashanth Neel’s directorial KGF Chapter 2, which stars Yash
The setting resembles the office of Malavika Avinash’s character in KGF Chapter 1, where Anant Nag narrates the story, and Prakash Raj coming into the picture has raised a lot of speculations.
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, who is undergoing preliminary treatment at Mumbai's Kokilaben Hospital for cancer, will get back to completing the movie once his medical treatment is over.
With lockdown restrictions easing out across India, and the Kannada film industry seems to be slowly getting back to its feet.