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Rowdy Thangam’s mother files case against KGF2

Rowdy Thangam, who is the central character of the movie KGF was a notorious rowdy of Kolar Gold Fields in 1990s. According to the sources, in 1980s, Thangam had built his own gang and got involved in illegal activities. He was shot dead in a police encounter on December 27, 1997. MANY DROPS MAKE AN OCEAN

Is ''KGF'' Rocky ''Rowdy'' Thangam Case in court now

According to media, Rowdy Thangam was a notorious criminal in KGF area of Karnataka who was shot dead in a police encounter in 1997. And as per then talk, he was considered to be second only to the infamous sandalwood smuggler ‘Veerappan’. Infact he

The Real Story Behind KGF: The Life and Adventures of

With the second instalment of KGF just around the corner, many people are still wondering who the movie is based on. The movie’s poster ostensibly says that it is based on a true story, but doesn’t explain which true story it is, which is why fans have taken it upon themselves to figure out the mystery man behind KGF’s story, and have so far circled in on one Rowdy Thangam – a robber

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KGF: Court brings stay; film crew says the movie will release on December 21 A person named Venkatesh had filed a plea with the 10th ACMM court to bring a stay on KGF, alleging that the film is based on the real life story of a rowdy named Thangam.

Day Before KGF’s Release, Bengaluru Court Orders Stay

Home News Movies Day Before KGF’s Release, Bengaluru Court Orders Stay; Producer Says Movie will be Released 1MIN READ The movie is set in the 70s and is based on the reallife story of Thangam, a notorious rowdy sheeter from Kolar Gold Fields.

If Veerappan wasn''t enough, now there''s a Thangam in

True to his name, Thangam, 25, specialises in stealing gold. Driving around in a Tata Sumo, the criminal strikes only during the day. With 42 offences in the past four years and a Rs 1.5 lakh loot from a jewellery store on December 2, he is proving to be an embarrassment for the state police.

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