Yash, is currently one of India’s biggest actors owing to the tremendous success of K.G.F: Chapter 1. Since then, there has been no looking back for Yash as he began getting multiple movie offers. Owing to his current popularity, Yash’s older movies are also getting attention. One of Yash’s older superhit movies Gajakesari (2014,) is dubbed into Telugu and released today in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Movie Name – Gajakesari (Telugu)
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Yash Gajakesari / Gaja Kesari Movie Trailer on Telugu FilmNagar. Gaja Kesari Latest 2021 Telugu Dubbed Movie ft. KGF fame Yash as Bahubali, Amulya, Anant Nag, John Vijay, Prabhakar, Shahbaz Khan and Rangayana Raghu. Music by V Harikrishna. Directed by S Krishna. Produced by Jayanna and Bhogendra.
Gajakesari tells the story of Krishna (Yash) who is a happy go lucky man and is also slated to be a successor to the pontiff of the Shankara Narayana Temple, in Mysore. However, Krishna is not interested to pursue a life of devotion and in order for him to avoid being the pontifical successor, Krishna has to donate an elephant to the temple. Krishna goes to a forest where he encounters a wild and aggressive elephant, which subdues to him once the elephant meets Krishna. This feat is witnessed by the local tribes who believe Krishna as the reincarnation of Baahubali, a fierce army general from the past. A tribal elder recounts the story of Baahubali (Yash) as an army general for a king. The movie then rewinds 360 years into the past where Baahubali is a reputed warrior and tactician and with his pet elephant Balarama, Baahubali used to wreak havoc on the battlefield. However, both Baahubali and Balarama lose their lives due to treachery. Krishna gets into a clash with a local goon who wants to steal the tribal land and gets beaten up by him (goon.) How, Krishna manages to let his past empower him and win over the goon and in the process saves the tribals from losing their land forms for the rest of the story.
Krishna, the director managed to capture the stunning visuals in the jungle scenes. Moreover, scenes which involved Yash interacting with his elephant friend look authentic and brilliantly captured. All these were achieved due to his (krishna) previous experience as a cinematographer. Yash executes the dual role of Krishna and Baahubali to perfection and not to mention his scene involving his pachyderm friend looks natural. The songs and the background music add another level of sophistication to the movie and it is all kudos to the music director V. Harikrishna.
If you are a fan of Yash and also like period dramas, then Gajakesari is the perfect watch over this weekend.