Three films are going to release tomorrow, Nene Raju Nene Mantri, Jaya Janaki Nayaka, and LIE. Naturally, all three are important to respective heroes and directors but who stands to lose the biggest in case a movie fail? Let us take a look at that aspect.
At the outset, it is easy to identify who will remain least unaffected irrespective of the outcome of the film. It is none other than Rana. There is only one way for the actor, and that is going up, he leads the advance booking right now, and if the film fails tomorrow, there will be another one to look forward to, and the openings will make his position stronger.
However, between Nithiin and director Boyapati Sreenu, there is a lot to lose, especially the former. Nithiin, after a career high with A Aa, is coming to the big screen after more than a year. There should have been a proper build up and hype to his film, but that is entirely missing. Call it a marketing failure or pure laziness, Nithiin, who should be leading with openings is lagging behind. An unknown name makes his next movie and if that too fails to excite the audience, his position in the already close second league heroes will be weakened.
And finally, coming to director Boyapati Sreenu, the fact that we mention his name in comparison with other heroes instead of the actual hero of the film showcases his range and power as a brand. A failure here would surely dent his reputation. It won’t immediately show an effect on his next but another failure, and he would be suddenly staring at darkness.
So, if we were to put an order, Nithiin has the potential to be the biggest loser followed by Boyapati Sreenu. Rana, at this point, is clear winner irrespective of the fate of the film.