Jersey is the last film in Telugu industry that opened to highest ratings by critics and all big stars promoted the film on their social media accounts but the film did not do any wonders at the box office neither in Telugu states or overseas. When it comes to the US it is hardly a break-even venture for the buyers and the same when it’s aired on TV.
But Nani surely expected it to be a blockbuster but is living with the less than expected result of the film. Now when one speaks about the same, how he feels about the performance of Jersey at the box office, he gets furious. In a recent interview, the actor vents out his frustration to the question as he argues to justify Jersey to be a blockbuster to its genre.
How can you say it is not enough to be blockbuster when it collected 30 crores worldwide despite not having the selling elements like romance, love story, fight or sex?, is what he says and even took his commercial hit MCA into the debate quoting what people said back then if Nani would only stick to the commercial films like MCA and when he did a good film like Jersey, they ask if he is not going to beat what he set with MCA collections wise.
Anyway, he is coming with a revenge entertainer, Gang Leader and let’s see if it wipes out all his frustration and make people forget about Jersey not being a blockbuster.Don't MissDirector's over Hype, Special Thank You Card for HerDirector Harish Shankar has always been famous for his over-the-top claims about the lead actors...Don't MissSuriya’s Bandobast Beating Valmiki In Home TurfTwo big films are going to hit screens on the upcoming Friday. The first one...Don't MissWhen in Trouble, Rake Anti-Andhra Sentiment: KCR's MantraTelangana Rashtra Samiti President K Chandrasekhar Rao's Political Career is built on Anti-Andhra Sentiment. He...Don't MissKajal's No Make-Up Look Not to MissKajal Aggarwal is one gorgeous lady of the south still the most looked up actress...Don't MissKCR Makes Key Announcement on His HeirThere are speculations for a long time that Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhara Rao will...