Power star Pawan Kalyan is currently doing his 25th movie with the director Trivikram, which is slated to release on 10th January, 2018. The film is expected to have budget of approximately 120 crores and the shooting is going on briskly now. But it seems, the result of Spyder movie is bringing more tensions to the producer of this movie Chinna Babu.
The producer is spending almost 120 crores on this film, betting hugely on the magic of Pawan and Trivikram combo, that had previously delivered industry like Attarintiki Daredi. But it seems, there has always been a doubt in the mind of this producer- whether the social film like this will be able to pull such huge collections to match the budget. Even though Bahubali, could do get returns on the astronomical budget, it is a different case. So producer of #PSPK25 was very keen on result of SPYder. He thought if SPYder can get heavy openings and returns, we can expect similar openings and returns on our film too. But with SPYder failing to live up to the expectations, openings as well as total collections are impacted heavily. So the producer landed into tensions as he is unable to conclude whether a star film, if it gets decent talk, can pull such openings and collections or not.
Moreover, producer is also worried about increase in budget. As Pawan is not interested to come abroad for shooting at this moment, entire shooting is happening in Ramoji Film City (RFC) where all artistes and stars are coming leisurely at 10 am and shooting one scene and then it is almost lunch time. Post lunch again doing just one more scene and winding up for the day. Needless to say, shootings that happen in foreign locations will have more more intense sessions with full focus and they can quickly wrap up most of the film with quality and save a buck for producer. But here, with this relaxed attitude, budget is increasing exponentially, bringing more tensions to producer. Seems, producer also of the opinion that, even the director Trivikram is not taking any special care to keep the budget in tight control.