So, we are now into the final few days before the release of the last biggie of the year from Telugu cinema. The release of Aravindha Sametha starring Young Tiger NTR is around the corner. We take a look at the primary target that is before the film.
Frankly speaking, the target before Aravindha Sametha is simple, it needs to get into the 100 Cr share club. That way it would be regarded a success and also make fans happy. Then, of course, there is a case of openings and records, but more than that, it is the long run that would be on everyone’s mind.
The current highest share collecting movie of the year is Rangasthalam. Bharat Ane Nenu follows it. The former is well above 100 Cr, in fact, it is above 120 Cr, the latter failed to reach the 100 Cr mark. If Aravindha Sametha goes past 100 cr, that will make it the second biggest hit of the year. It should be the primary target. Once past that, the chase to Rangasthalam can be on the anvil.
However, getting such high numbers is not as easy as said. The talk of the movie needs to be positive from the word go. Any sort of negativity will bring the numbers down fast. Trivikram Srinivas would know it better now, post the debacle of Agnyaathavasi. Early shows are double-edged swords; while it can boost collections, it can also make a movie crash immediately. Let us see what is in store for Aravindha Sametha.Don't MissWhen Sai Pallavi Called the Hero "Anna" off ScreenSai Pallavi is coming up with yet another love story in Telugu with Sharwanand in...Don't MissNo More Confusions – Two Parts It IS!For the past few days, there has been confusion regarding the upcoming biopic of NTR....Don't MissTrailer Talk: Manikarnika Shows All Its AcesThe long in the making and much in the news, Manikarnika is finally all set...Don't MissMost Sensational Hottie Playing Blind & DeafPayal Rajput, one of the most happening actress in the Telugu Film Industry has got...Don't MissLife Term Imprisonment for Bhanu in Maddelacheruvu Suri's CaseSeven years after the brutal murder of Faction Leader, Maddelacheruvu Suri, a local court in...