We are just days away from the release of the very keenly awaited biopic in Telugu on the legend Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao made by and starring his son, Nandamuri Balakrishna. The movie has completed its Censor formalities and has bagged a clean U certificate.
Right from the announcement, to the various looks and the theatrical trailer, the response has been fantastic. Unlike the past years where biopics were unheard of or were saleable at the box office, even that is not the case, and the audience is most welcoming.
One can’t help but feel a connection here. The last film in the combination of Krish and Balakrishna was Gautamiputra Satakarni. It came in a post-Baahubali world and helped skyrocket the expectations on the movie. Similarly, Mahanati in Telugu and a couple of other biopics in other industries have overall created the perfect atmosphere for NTR.
The only person in every fan mind right and the only question ringing in their heads is Krish and did he deliver. He couldn’t satisfy entirely with Gautamiputra Satakarni. Can he improve on that and give a wholly satisfying biopic. The bar is undoubtedly higher and so will be the dividends if it lives up to the potential. The early premiere in the US is a sign towards that positivity. Here’s hoping that is the case for everyone’s involved.Don't MissTrailer Talk: Revealing The Main Concept, HonestlySo, the makers of Kalki have released an honest trailer, but, well, it really is...Don't MissRich Tamannaah Pays 16 Crore, Beats AliaPaying double the amount of the standard price of a flat in high-end apartments seems...Don't MissHow Jagan Can Prove That Praja Vedika Demolition is Not Vendetta Politics?Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had announced Praja Vedika is an illegal...Don't MissA Pre-Curser At A Promising Maker Over For Varun Tej!Here it is, the most anticipated, change of look and style from Mega Prince Varun...Don't MissWatch: Can You Identify Jr Artist Puri Jagannadh?Puri Jagannadh's movie 'iSmart Shankar' is soon going to come to the theatres. It's the...