KGF sets to release globally, including 400 in Karnataka Theaters. KGF is the first Kannada movie to get a release in five languages in Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam — for a pan-India opening.
Slightly this movie has started up with having troubles around it.
Police arrested a 39-year-old man for allegedly stabbing a sweeper at Veeresh Theatre on Magadi Road, west Bengaluru, recently.
Police says Ramesh is a habitual offender, selling movie tickets in the black market at theaters in and around Vijayanagar.
Ramesh has planned to make money by selling tickets for Yash-starred KGF in the black market.
He met A Arvind, a resident of JJ Nagar and sweeper at Veeresh Theatre, at 6 am on December 17. He asked him to arrange tickets so he could sell them in the black market. But Arvind says it could be difficult as there were a few tickets left for sale in the counter; they had booked most tickets online.
This led to an altercation between the duo. Ramesh left the place, but returned in 30 minutes with a knife and tried stabbing Arvind in the stomach. Arvind stopped him, but lost his right ring finger and sustained a stab wound in the right elbow, police said. Ramesh fled after noticing Arvind’s friends rushing to the spot.
Arvind rushes to a nearby private hospital for treatment. Police registered a case of an attempt to murder based on Arvind’s statement and arrested Ramesh on Wednesday.