UPDATE: The movie is now available on MovieSaints.com. Details here.

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Want to watch the sequel of Local Kung Fu online? Want to watch it at your home, on the move? Ensure HD-quality exclusive online link by being a contributor to the crowdfunding campaign. One can pledge a minimum of Rs 1,000 to the campaign and the makers will share a private digital link to watch the film, at the time of its online release.

Yes, the makers of Local Kung Fu need your help to complete the sequel and unleash Bonzo and Charlie da in whole new avatars!

With Local Kung Fu 2, director Kenny Basumatary has adapted William Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors for the silver screen. To be released after Bihu, the film has been shot in both Assamese and Hindi and is currently in the final stages of post-production. Interestingly, Local Kung Fu 2 will be the first ever sequel in Assamese cinema.

To fund the post-production, Kenny Basumatary has now started a crowd-funding campaign. Hosted by WishBerry.in (https://www.wishberry.in/campaign/local-kung-fu-2), the campaign aims to collect Rs 8 lakh for colour grading, music, dubbing and sound.

The campaign has picked pace and already collected Rs 5.85 lakhs from 357 backers. Interestingly, if the target of Rs 8 lakh isn’t achieved, all the money will be returned to the backers. “If that happens, we will be back at the same place as now, and we’ll probably have to postpone the release to August-September at least,” said director Kenny Basumatary.

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Local Kung Fu, released in 2013, became a pop culture phenomenon in the Northeast as the dialogues still find their way into regular conversations.

So act now…before it’s too late. Here’s the link.

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