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Police, the favourite comeback role of Tollywood heroes

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Ravi Teja’s recent movie Krack is running towards becoming a blockbuster. As Ravi Teja tasted success after several flops, with the role of police officer, many movie analysts as well as audiences are wondering whether police officer role is the favourite role for Tollywood heroes when they want to comeback into track from the streak of flops. Details as below.

Police roles and comeback movies:

Pawan Kalyan, started a series of flop movies with Johnny in 2003. He faced flop after a flop for almost a decade until Gabbar Singh released in 2012, the movie in which he played police officer, lifted him out of those flops. Even though there were some average movies during that decade, it was Gabbar Singh that have him a genuine break.

The same goes with Mahesh Babu, who faced series of flops between 2006 and 2012 and he didn’t have a hit after Pokiri as he started series of flops with Sainikudu. It was Dookudu, in which he played the role of police officer , that brought him his past glory again.

Even Jr NTR also has tasted the similar experience. In his own words, he faced flops for one ‘Pushkaram’ I.e 12 years after Simhadri. It is ‘Temper’ movie in which he played as police officer, pulled him out of the flops. Most recently Ravi Teja also tasted success after four long years of failures with Krack movie, in which he too played police role.

But it is not always true:

As there are several examples like this in Tollywood, there’s an opinion among the makers as well Tollywood heroes that, police role is perfect r pole for comebacks. However, it is only partially true. There are several movies in which heroes played as police officers and yet faced another failure. For example, Pawan Kalyan’s much hyped Puli movie failed to pull him out of the flops. Even Ravi Teja’s flop movie “Touch Chesi Choodu” also has him in police officer role. Several other heroes like Rajasekhar etc have played roles of police officers in movies like Kalki and yet couldn’t end the streak of flops.

So, the key is:

The key seems to be right mix of entertainment and mass elements. Gabbar Singh, Temper, Dookudu and Krack have ample entertainment which was missing in movies like Puli and touch chesi choodu. As the police officer role has ample scope for action and mass elevations, if it is properly mixed with right dose of entertainment, the movie is bound to entertain wide range of audience provided it has some decent story line.

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Indian cinema looking towards Tollywood

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After the attack of the coronavirus pandemic, the entire film industry is shut. The shootings across the country resumed from October last year but none of the actors and filmmakers risked out for theatrical releases and most of them headed for a digital release. Tollywood is the only film industry that is now completely open and has a series of films lined up for release. Bollywood is still entirely shut and the exhibitors are screening the dubbing films from Telugu and Tamil to run the screens.

After the super success of Solo Brathuke So Better, Ravi Teja’s Krack created a splash across Telugu states. The film received positive response and the footfalls have been remarkable. Ram’s RED, Bellamkonda Sreenivas’ Alludu Adhurs are the straight Telugu films that will release during the season. The Tollywood audience are also getting ready to welcome Vijay’s upcoming movie Master and the advance sales are very good. Bollywood filmmakers are looking towards Tollywood and they are amazed with the footfalls, response the Telugu films are receiving. With the happenings in Tollywood, several other industries are expected to reopen soon.

Tamil film industry is opening with Vijay’s Master and Simbu’s Eeswaran too is gearing up for Sankranthi release.

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Tollywood 2021: Six sequels to wait for

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After their current projects ending up as blockbusters and money-spinners, several filmmakers and actors love to cash the craze by working on the sequels. The success rate for the sequels is quite low as the expectations are huge. Tollywood entered into 2021 and here are six sequels that the Tollywood audience are eagerly waiting for:

KGF: Chapter 2: KGF: Chapter 1 is a sensation across the country and the sequel for the film is currently on. The shoot of KGF: Chapter 2 is wrapped up and the film is aimed for summer release in all the Indian languages. KGF: Chapter 2 features Yash, Srinidhi Shetty, Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon in the lead roles. Prashanth Neel is the director and Hombale Films are the producers.

F3: Victory Venkatesh and Varun Tej are back to thrill the audience with their comic timing with F3. Successful director Anil Ravipudi is directing F3 and the film is aimed for summer release. The film is carrying huge expectations and Anil Ravipudi already hinted that the film will have a double dose of entertainment in the sequel. Dil Raju is the producer.

Goodachari 2: Adivi Sesh is one actor who delivered consistent hits with thrillers in the recent years. After the super success of Goodachari, the sequel for the film is on and is titled Goodachari 2. Rahul Pakala will direct the sequel which will be made on a big-budget and will be shot extensively in various countries. Adivi Sesh joins the sets of Goodachari 2 after he is done with the shoot of Major.

HIT: The Second Case: Natural Star Nani produced a content-based interesting film HIT and the film raked decent money at the box-office. The sequel for the film is on and it would be directed by Sailesh Kolanu. Adivi Sesh will replace Vishwak Sen in the sequel which will roll this year. Nani’s Wallposter Cinema will produce the sequel too which is aimed for Christmas 2021 release.

Karthikeya 2: Nikhil tasted a super hit with Karthikeya and after years, the sequel for Karthikeya is launched. The film would be made on a massive budget and will be extensively shot abroad. Chandu Mondeti is the director and People Media Factory are on board to bankroll the sequel. Nikhil plays the role of a medico in the sequel too and Anupama Parameshwaran is on the board as the leading lady.

D and D: After 13 years, the sequel for D is announced and it is titled D and D. Srinu Vaitla who is struggling for success will helm the project and Manchu Vishnu will reprise the role and he would produce the comic entertainer on 24 Frames Factory banner. The project starts rolling very soon and will release this year. Srinu Vaitla took ample time to work on the script and he is super confident on his comeback with D and D.

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Will Tollywood revive its glory in 2021?

2020 was a jolt to everyone. Several industries faced a severe crisis in 2020 and the aviation industry, hospitality, and entertainment industry were among the worst impacted. Tollywood too lost huge in 2020 with several releases slated for 2020 release postponed to 2021.

Much awaited ‘Mega’ movies of 2021:

Now, Tollywood has pinned high hopes on 2021 as the movies that were originally planned for 2020 as well as the movies that are planned for 2021 are releasing this year. Chiranjeevi’s Acharya was originally planned for Dussera 2020 but halted due to lockdown caused by the pandemic. Makers are planning to release it during summer 2021. Pawan’s Vakeel Sab also may hit the screens at the same time. Pawan also signed a couple of more films and gave call-sheets for each film not exceeding 30 days. But how many of them will be released in 2021 itself is still a question. Allu Arjun’s Pushpa also getting ready for 2021.

Mass movies of 2021:

Bala Krishna-Boyapati movies are always a feast to the mass audience and mass audiences are keenly waiting for the hattrick movie in this combo after Simha and Legend. Besides, several mass movies in the pipeline. Mahesh Babu did the class and message-oriented movies in recent times but his latest movie ‘Sarkari vaari paata’ is expected to have a double dose of mass ingredients. Mass maharaja Ravi Teja, who is not in form recently, is joining the bandwagon with ‘Krack’ this year.

Other highly anticipated movies:

Nagarjuna’s wild dog also resumed shooting in October-November and Nagarjuna also gave break to Bigg boss hosting for a week. The internal reports are highly positive on the wild dog movie. Apart from these, Prabhas’s pan-India movie ‘Radhe Shyam’ is also much awaited.

RRR:

Rajampouli’s RRR is one film that is awaited by movie lovers across the country but the ‘Darshakadheera’ is in no haste to announce the release date and so no one is sure whether the movie will finally release in 2021 or will be pushed to 2022.

Overall:

With the news of the vaccine is almost ready, and theaters getting opened, Tollywood is hoping to recover this year all that is lost in 2020. However, some concerns are still there. People are not confident about theater owners making their premises fully safe and hygenic. The increased cost due to pandemic is frightening the makers. In this backdrop, everyone is keenly waiting to know the answer to the question – whether Tollywood will revive its glory this year?

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Tollywood 2020: A year utterly wasted

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2020 started with a bang in Tollywood and the biggies Sarileru Neekevvaru, Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo proved the stamina of Telugu films. The movies raked record money and ended up as huge money-spinners. All the actors and filmmakers are completely delighted with the performance of these films and predicted 2020 to be an exceptional year for Telugu cinema. Though a series of flops released post Sankranthi, Bheeshma and HIT made remarkable money in February. The theatres are shut since March and the shoots of all the films are put on hold.

2020 is completely wasted for Tollywood and the producers are left in huge financial stress because of the heaped up interests and delayed film releases. Despite of several attempts, most of the actors and actresses never reduced their paycheques. The exhibition industry is completely shattered and it takes years for them to return back to the track. Though some of the filmmakers are heading to release their films, there would be no support from the distributors for the next few months. Most of the risk lands completely on the producers.

On the whole, 2020 is a year that is utterly disappointing and wasted in the calendar of Telugu cinema.

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Sankranthi 2021: An Acid Test for Telugu Cinema

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Sai Dharam Tej’s Solo Brathuke So Better was the first film to have a theatrical release after the coronavirus attack. The film reported top-class openings and it had a decent weekend across the Telugu states. The audience rushed to watch the film in theatres which brought enough boost to the Telugu cinema. A bunch of films are now gearing up for release during Sankranthi 2021. The Centre is currently focused on the second wave of coronavirus and there are talks that the vaccine distribution too will start next month.

If the Sankranthi films fare well, all the films that have completed shoot will head for release in February and March instead of waiting till summer. Else the theatres will have to be shut again till summer which would be quite tough for the exhibition industry. There are speculations that Centre would grant 75 percent occupancy for theatres in January and it will reach 100 percent by February. If the audience rushes to theatres during Sankranthi, a heap of films will gear up for release in the upcoming months instead of waiting for the summer season.

Rana Daggubati’s Aranya, Nani’s Tuck Jagadish, Naga Chaitanya’s Love Story, Nithiin’s Rang De, Sharwanand’s Sreekaram, Akhil’s Most Eligible Bachelor, Vaishnav Tej’s Uppena and others completed shoot and are waiting for comfortable release dates. As of now, the release dates of these films will be decided on the performance of Sankranthi releases and upon the Centre’s decision to lift 50 percent occupancy. Else, most of these films would head for a summer release.

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Tollywood comes in to support Solo Brathuke So Better

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Solo Brathuke So Better happens to be the first film to release after the pandemic arrived. The film’s performance is quite crucial for Tollywood as it sure turns out to be the first step to release other pending projects awaiting a release. Right from Megastar Chiranjeevi to Mahesh Babu and Ram, everyone took their official social media pages to wish the film. Every star urged the audience to return back to the theatres to watch Solo Brathuke So Better.

The advance sales for the film too have been satisfactory and Solo Brathuke So Better is expected to take a decent start tomorrow. The film’s performance completely depends on the word of mouth. 50 percent occupancy is sure a barrier but the film is getting a wide release and the holiday season would be an additional advantage. Directed by Subbu, Solo Brathuke So Better features Sai Dharam Tej and Nabha Natesh in the lead roles. BVSN Prasad produced this youthful entertainer.

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Tollywood producers to bear the VPF Charges

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The film industry is completely shattered because of the coronavirus pandemic. The exhibition industry is shut and the theatre owners are finding it tough to reopen the theatres. Without the support from the producers and the digital service providers, it is completely impossible to screen films, expressed the exhibitors. Several meetings are conducted and all the issues are recently resolved. There would be no Virtual Print Fee (VPF) charges for the films that would release in December. This is sure a relief for the exhibitors and the producers.

For all the films releasing between January and March 2021, the producers will bear 40 percent of the VPF charges. The Producers Council is in talks to slash down the charges of VPF in the coming months. As of now, all the issues are solved and the theatres across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana will start screening movies from December 25th. Sai Tej’s Solo Brathuke So Better is hitting the screens next weekend.

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Tollywood: All is not well between Producers and Exhibitors

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The governments of both the Telugu states granted permission to reopen the theatres but the process doesn’t seem to be a smooth sail. There are several issues to be discussed before reopening the theatres after the attack of coronavirus pandemic. The government granted 50 percent occupancy rule which may not turn out to be profitable for everyone. Most of the filmmakers decided to wait for some more time to release their films.

All is not well between the producers and the exhibitors. Though a series of meetings took place recently, some of the issues are yet to be resolved. The exhibitors are not ready to share the VPF charges with the producers which range between Rs 2-5 per ticket. The VPF charges are collected by the theatres and the producers are demanding half of the share from the charges. A resolution is pending even after several sets of discussions.

Sai Dharam Tej’s Solo Brathuke So Better is announced for December 25th release. Hope the issues are resolved before the film hits the screens. There are talks that the single screens are expected to start screening films from December 18th if the demands are met.

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Digital deals: A Challenge for Tollywood Filmmakers

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After the theatres are shut because of the coronavirus pandemic, the OTT platforms offered staggering deals and released several films of stars on their digital platforms. The digital platforms have changed plans and are strict with their new stands. They are completely against acquiring the streaming rights of small budget films and those that do not feature stars. Amazon and Netflix have been paying the amounts in three installments for the filmmakers.

Some of them delayed the process of paying and the dates of the deals are finalized by the digital platforms. These OTT players are also against closing the deals and they are offering payments through pay per view process. They are also not ready to close the deal without watching the movies. With several new rules imposed, the Tollywood filmmakers are finding it tough to close the digital deals of their upcoming movies. The single screens across Telugu states are expected to resume their operations from next weekend.

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Tollywood distributors come up with a special request

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There is no clarity on the Sankranthi releases though the permissions to reopen the theatres are given. Vakeel Saab, RED, Krack and Uppena are in the race as of now. With 50 percent occupancy, the filmmakers are hesitant to release these films for Sankranthi and there are a lot of speculations about the same. Several distributors are now mounting pressure on the producers to release these films to save the film industry. It has been over eight months since the theatres are shut and they are in deep financial crisis. Missing the Sankranthi festival season would double their stress.

The distributors are requesting the filmmakers to release the films at any cost for Sankranthi even if the 100 percent occupancy is not given. There is a chance to hike the ticket prices and the theatres can screen extra shows so that they can rake money during the season argued a top distributor. It would make no difference if there is a cap to increase the prices and for 50 percent occupancy, the theatre rents would remain low. Hence screening big films during the festival season would help the film industry and especially the exhibition industry. The producers are expected to take the final call soon.

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Tollywood: Digital Stuff to release in theatres

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The theatres across the Telugu states are all set to entertain the audience from December 11th. The multiplexes are open from today and will screen old films along with the Hollywood movie Tenet. Sai Dharam Tej’s Solo Brathuke So Better is the only new film that is announced for December release. This year after the closure of theatres, movies like V, Penguin, Orey Bujjiga, Miss India, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, Krishna and his Leela and other films released on digital platforms.

Now, most of these films will also have a theatrical release. All the streaming platforms which are holding the rights decided to release the films in theatres to mint money. Raj Tarun’s Orey Bujjiga is announced for January 1st 2021 release. Nani’s V will soon release in theatres and the date would be announced soon. A chart of new release dates is expected next week. Tollywood is now focused on the footfalls in December to announce the list of Sankranthi releases.

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KCR announces free water supply, GST reimbursement to small budget movies

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Ahead of the GHMC elections, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced a slew of sops to a cross-section of the society, including the cinema industry.

In a first in the country, the Telangana government announced that water will be supplied free to households in Hyderabad from next December. The Chief Minister announced that no water tariff will be levied on the household consumers from next December 1.

Releasing the election manifesto for the GHMC elections at the party headquarters in Telangana Bhavan, Chandrasekhar Rao said, “Our government will supply free water from December to households that consume less than 20,000 litres a month. We will also supply free power supply to laundries, salons, and dhobi ghats across the State from December.

In a big relief to the entertainment industry, the Chief Minister announced that the government will reimburse the State GST for small budget films up to Rs 10 crore. He also announced that theatres can increase the number of shows per day and make ticket pricing flexible in view of the losses incurred by the industry. Further, the Telangana government has also decided to waive off the minimum demand charge of HD and LT categories of industries, cinema theatres, and commercial firms for the six month period of lockdown. The Telangana government also waived off motor vehicle tax that is likely to benefit 3.37 lakh vehicle owners.

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Tollywood tensed about Sankranthi Releases

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After a break of almost seven months, the shoots of Telugu films resumed. The Centre also granted permission to reopen the theatres with 50% occupancy. Most of the producers are confident that normalcy returns by January and the audience would return back to theatres to watch movies. The Telangana government is yet to give its nod to reopen the theatres in the state. There are talks that the theatres may reopen in December across the Telugu states. But most of the filmmakers are now tensed if the theatres would reopen in December and if the Sankranthi releases would rake money.

If the 50% occupancy continues to be implemented in January, it would be a huge dent for the revenues. Films like Vakeel Saab, Krack and RED are in the race currently. With 50% occupancy in January, the filmmakers will rethink about releasing their films. As of now, there is no clarity about the situations and the filmmakers are working to complete the work and they would be ready with their films. Telugu film celebrities are expected to meet Telangana Chief Minister KCR soon and discuss about the reopening of theatres.

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Post Pandemic: Long wait for Tollywood Directors

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The coronavirus pandemic wasted almost a year for Tollywood. All the shoots came to a halt and some of the films resumed shoot recently. Tollywood witnessed massive changes and the non-casting films are suffering badly. There has been a huge demand for stars and young actors in Telugu cinema. We have a few actors and more number of directors in Tollywood. Directors like Koratala Siva had to wait for two years to kick-start his next film Acharya. Such problems of long wait will be doubled or tripled in Tollywood in the coming years.

Top director Trivikram who scored a sensational hit with Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is idle for this year. He is in talks with several actors for his next. Harish Shankar narrated the complete script to Pawan Kalyan long ago and got his nod but the project may not start anytime soon. Harish will have to wait for the arrival of Pawan Kalyan for one more year. Though he has ample time to complete one more project, there is no actor available. Harish Shankar is working on web series and is busy penning scripts for his upcoming projects.

The actors would be in a huge stress and will have to work without breaks to complete their commitments and switch to new projects. The directors will have to wait and they will be forced to take enough breaks between films like never before.

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January 2021 Telugu films Release Chart

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The coronavirus pandemic spoiled the crucial 2020 in everyone’s life. The film industry is the most impacted and it takes months for normalcy to return back. Though the Centre granted permission to reopen the theatres, there is no clarity about when they would resume the operations. As per the update, the theatres may reopen from December 4th but the Tollywood audience will see some prominent releases from Sankranthi 2021. The season starts with Vakeel Saab on January 14th all over. Ram’s long-delayed film RED will have its release on January 15th.

Ravi Teja’s action entertainer Krack too will have its release for Sankranthi and the release date is yet to be decided. Rana Daggubati’s pan Indian film Aranya too will release for Sankranthi 2020. Akhil’s Most Eligible Bachelor and Vaishnav Tej’s Uppena will release during the Republic Day weekend. Naga Chaitanya’s film Love Story will hit the screens for Valentine’s Day weekend. Several other films will announce the release dates as per the performance of these films at the box-office and depending upon the audience returning back to theatres.

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Tollywood in a huge financial crunch

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The coronavirus pandemic left a massive impact on Telugu cinema. The shoots of several films came to a halt for over six months and the producers are in huge financial stress. The latest update is that there is not an easy cash flow in the industry currently. Most of the financiers are not ready to take risk and budge for films as they are not aware of the market stability. Some of them already financed for films that are under shoot and they are waiting for the returns. Most of the Tollywood producers depend on finances to produce films.

There is a huge financial crunch currently and the producers who are planning multiple projects will have to shelve some of them to stay away from the stress and last minute tensions. Some of the projects too will change hands because of the current situations in Tollywood. Analysts predict that this crisis would continue till summer next year till the vaccination for coronavirus is out.

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Tollywood producers hesitant for theatre reopenings

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The theatres and multiplexes across the country have been shut for six months. The Centre granted permission to reopen the theatres starting from October 15th but with 50% occupancy and following the issued guidelines. The concept of 50% occupancy was never imposed for any other field except movie theatres. This turned out to be a shock for the producers as they have been tasting losses when there was scope for full occupancy expressed Telugu producer C Kalyan. He said that the producers will incur huge losses if the occupancy is 50%.

Tollywood’s top producer Suresh Babu hinted that no big filmmakers would dare to release their films in this situation. “When there are no restrictions on shopping malls and flights, why there are special restrictions for movie theatres? The state governments have to grant permissions for movie theatres though the Centre granted permissions. The coronavirus impact is huge in Telugu states” said Suresh Babu. Tollywood producers are demanding the Centre to withdraw the rule of 50% occupancy if the theatres are reopened.

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Suresh Babu’s stand irks Tollywood circles

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Veteran producer Suresh Babu is one of the most successful filmmakers of Telugu cinema. His experience and calculations on Telugu projects fetched positive results. Ever since the coronavirus pandemic attacked, Suresh Babu made some sensational comments about the film industry. He said that the theatres would not reopen for this year. The Centre is in plans to grant permissions for the reopening of theatres and the multiplex chains would be reopened sometime in October. Tollywood exhibitors and single screen owners are holding talks about getting back to work.

Suresh Babu is said to have continued his stand during the recent meetings. He is not ready to reopen the lease theatres that he owns till next year. Some of the producers and exhibitors are holding talks to reopen the screens across Telugu states from November so that the footfalls would gradually increase for Christmas and then for Sankranthi. But Suresh Babu is strictly against the stand and is not in a mood to reopen the theatres that are controlled by Suresh Productions. Several filmmakers and exhibitors are now puzzled about reopening their theatres after Suresh Babu made his decision.

Some of them argue that there is no enough content from Telugu to reopen the theatres as most of the completed films are sold for OTT platforms. Producers like Dil Raju and Allu Aravind are discussing about this and will take the final call once the decision of reopening the theatres would be out from Centre.

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Stardom dominates Coronavirus in Telugu Cinema

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The coronavirus pandemic left an unforgettable mark on the film industry. Right from the daily wage film workers to the producers, everyone is badly impacted. Most of them predicted that there would be a slash in the remuneration of top actors and directors so that the producers would not incur losses as the impact of coronavirus is here to stay for at least couple of years. Top Tamil actors like Rajinikanth and Vijay stepped out to cut their paycheques and this was followed by several young actors of Tamil cinema.

But there is no such incident that took place in Tollywood. Not a single actor announced that they would have a cut in their pay because of the pandemic. Instead, several desperate filmmakers are ready to pay hefty paycheques for the top actors and directors. This left them not much bothered. The Producers Guild conducted a series of meetings but they could not implement at least a single point that was discussed. The producers of the Guild even could not dare to discuss about the slash in the remuneration with the actors of their active projects.

There are several producers who are not much bothered about how the distribution and exhibition system works post the reopening of theatres. They are just desperate of producing films and are not calculating the risk factors. When the coronavirus left the entire globe scared, Tollywood is not much worried and it is finally the stardom that turned out to be the dominating factor.

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