Allu Arjun’s Pushpa to Rana Daggubati-Sai Pallavi’s Viarata Parvam, COVID impacts Tollywood biggies dates

Allu Arjun's Pushpa to Rana Daggubati-Sai Pallavi's Viarata Parvam.

2021-04-21 15:06:53


Allu Arjun’s Pushpa to Rana Daggubati-Sai Pallavi’s Viarata Parvam.

The second wave of Covid has struck and the enterprise of movie exhibition has been as soon as once more affected throughout India, simply when it seemed it was opening up.

The scenario is disappointing significantly down South. Greater than Bollywood, which was getting again to releasing movies cautiously, the superstars of South had already dived headlong into the sport. Vijay’s “Grasp” and Ravi Teja’s “Krack” opened even earlier than the pandemic had died down and did large enterprise. Pawan Kalyan’s “Vakil Saab” opened to good numbers, too. On cue, a number of high stars had been enthused to lining up large initiatives over the following months.

Nonetheless, after the Telugu Movie Chamber of Commerce introduced strict curbs on taking pictures on Tuesday night, apprehension is already on amongst individuals within the Telugu movie commerce in regards to the instant destiny of huge display screen enterprise. Whereas a remaining determination is but to be taken on the functioning of theatres within the Telugu market, the specter of closure looms giant.

“No large movie is releasing now, anyway, since producers are fearful about footfall. Even ‘Vakeel Saab’ footfall lowered from Monday,” Abhishek Nama of the Telugu Movie Chamber of Commerce had mentioned, chatting with IANS on Tuesday.

Certainly, with the specter of lockdown looming giant, many upcoming big-ticket movies are both formally being postponed, or makers are considering the concept to take action.

Reflecting on the quantum of losses for the Telugu movie business, if a potential closure of halls was to occur, commerce analyst Atul Mohan tells IANS: “The loss can occur within the promotion of movies. Whereas there are associations that give a set cap of cash that may be spent on promotions, a postponed movie means spending the identical quantity another time later, when the movie will lastly launch.”

A significant supply of revenue for South Indian movies is the dubbed model market elsewhere within the nation. An A-lister southern celebrity’s dubbed movie can fetch upto Rs 20 to Rs 25 crore, hottest actors can fetch someplace between Rs 10-15 crore. Normally, satellite tv for pc rights and dubbing rights for southern movies are determined by the point the mahurat shot occurs, giving producers a security internet.

Whereas many movies have began going backwards and forwards with their launch date owing to the current uncertainty, here’s a listing of a few of the most-awaited Telugu movies which which were postponed:


Though there isn’t any official affirmation, in response to reviews the Chiranjeevi-starrer may not launch on Might 13. As a substitute, the makers are taking a look at a June launch. The movie additionally options Ram Charan and Pooja Hegde.


The movie’s first look of the Allu Arjun-starrer already broke data on-line upon being launched just lately. The movie is slated to launch on August 13 however as per sure reviews, the movie may additionally see a December launch. No official affirmation has been given to date.

Tuck Jagadish

The Nani-starrer, directed by Shiva Nirvana, was scheduled to hit theatres on April 23. Nonetheless, the makers introduced the delay with out giving any new date.

Virata Parvam

This Rana Daggubati and Sai Pallavi movie was scheduled to hit the theatres on April 30. Nonetheless, the makers introduced that because of Covid, the discharge has been postponed. The interval drama is directed by Venu Udugala.

Love Story

Starring Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi, the much-anticipated movie was anticipated to hit theatres on April 16. Nonetheless, the Sekhar Kammula directorial has now been postponed and a brand new date hasn’t been introduced but.

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