Puri Jagannadh is a classic case in that regard. Would you believe it almost all his films, barring one or two, opened with a poor word of mouth and also were not that positive critically? And yet, all of them went to turn big blockbusters.
It is the same case with Boyapati Sreenu. He has so much going for him as a mass director. He is known for giving the biggest hits to each actor he has worked with, and that to back to back. But, again all his films barring Simha has opened with mixed or divide talk.
It brings us to Boyapati’s latest Vinaya Vidheya Rama. The trailer of the Ram Charan starrer has been panned online, but all it took was one poster to get things going at the ground level. With each poster, the hype is only increasing. The confidence of the director on the output is further adding to the excitement. The fans are happy with what they are getting keeping the director in mind, and the confidence infused by Boyapati is further making them thrilled with anticipation.
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