So, it is officially out, the release date of the second part of NTR biopic, Mahanayakudu will be on February 22nd. The question now on everyone’s mind is what could be in store after for the movie after the disastrous response of the first part. Well here are the best and worst case scenarios.
First, we look at the positive aspect which leads to the redemption of NTR. The first part has seen such a worse response that one gets a feeling, that it can’t go any further down. Also, unlike the first part, there is no more “cinema” aspect to it, and the movie will be more about the political issue. The rise of NTR as a politician and the becoming the Chief Minister and presence of other characters and interesting angles gives one better hope.
The arrival of NTR – Kathanayakudu and its reception has lowered expectations on Mahanayakudu. The mental tuning is going to be the biggest asset for it when it arrives.
Then there is the season disadvantage. NTR – Mahanayakudu is arriving in a dead period. The first one came in Sankranthi period and couldn’t achieve anything. What about the second one coming without that advantage? It is also on everyone’s mind.
Keeping these in mind, the chances of redemption look low. But, we should never entirely write off big films, especially when so much is going for it, even though the signs might point otherwise.Don't MissPadma Awards Continue to Ignore Telugu Industry LegendsThe government of India had announced Padma Awards - one of the highest civilian awards...Don't MissKCR's Car Tramples Opposition in Municipal ElectionsAfter a little upset in the Parliament Elections, Telangana Rashtra Samiti is at the helm...Don't MissLokesh Files A Defamation Case on SakshiTDP MLC and Former Minister Nara Lokesh has filed a defamation case against YS Jagan...Don't Miss2500 Acres of Amaravati For Land for the Poor Scheme?Andhra Pradesh Government is taking steps to ensure that the Capital is not shifted to...Don't MissNaidu Has Very Little To Worry About Scrapping the CouncilYSR Congress has initiated a discussion in the Assembly about the scrapping of Council. The...