VFX 'KGF Chapter 2’ creates stir in the metaverse as NFT tokens featuring Yash sets amazing records in KGFverse -

‘KGF Chapter 2’ creates stir in the metaverse as NFT tokens featuring Yash sets amazing records in KGFverse

Ahead of the countdown to the release of Kannada language period action drama K.G.F. Chapter 2, the avatars of the film’s lead characters has gained immense popularity on the Metaverse. The makers of the film witnessed huge craze in KGFverse as superstar Yash’s avatar as the lead Rocky Bhai garners record-breaking sales in the NFT world. 

The film starring Sanjay Dutt, Srinidhi Shetty, Raveena Tandon and Prakash Raj in crucial roles  based on the happenings in the blood-soaked land of Kolar Gold Fields and is a continuation of K.G.F. Chapter 1. The film has been written and directed by Prashanth Neel, and produced by Vijay Kiragandur under Hombale Films.

As per a Zee News report, the KGF franchise has now become the quickest to sell out 1000 NFT tokens in India. The producers have explored the Metaverse world to do the promotion and connect with the audience. 

Even Hombale Films made an official announcement about the record via their social media account. They are exploring this space in a big way. The are interacting with the NFT token holders on via social media platforms and so on.


The official website of Hombale Films reveals: Before he attained boss form, Rocky was a regular guy. To witness the evolution of Rocky and his uber cool metaverse, join the KGFverse. Fun games, rewards, cool experiences and Avatar NFTs await.  Only 10000 NFTs available, so HURRY and join NOW!  

There are three avatars as NFTs- Bombay Rocky, Narachi Rocky and Toofan Rocky which are based on the character of Yash. The sale went live on 6 April and the fans can have an immersive experience in the virtual environments using these avatars from the upcoming sequel that has kept the cinema-lovers waiting eagerly.

K.G.F. Chapter 2 will hit all the IMAX screens in India and select IMAX markets around the world on 14 April 2022.

Image Courtesy: Hombale Films website