A lot goes into the making of a film, right from deciding the lead cast to the locking of release date, and at times it gets a bit complicated too. And more so if there are huge stars in from the industry playing the lead roles in the film. And a similar thing seems to be happening with Rajinikanth’s Kaala, Mahesh Babu’s Bharath Ane Nenu and Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya. Couple of days ago, Dhanush, producer of Kaala, announced that the superstar Rajinikanth starrer film will release on April 27th, 2018 worldwide which was a great news for the fans of the superstar. And, as they say, every coin has two sides. This release date of Kaala seems to have affected the release date of two huge Telugu films – Mahesh Babu’s Bharath Ane Nenu and Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya. The makers of both these films had announced long ago that the films will release in April towards the end. However, this move by Kaala’s makers seems to have forced the makers of those two Telugu films to make slight changes to their release dates.
In an interesting development, producer of Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya, Bunny Vaas, has confirmed that the film will release on April 26th, 2018 now instead of the earlier release date which was April 27th, 2018. The producer took to Facebook and confirmed the development regarding the release date, leaving few people thinking about the change in plans.
And in a similar move, producers of Mahesh’s Bharath Ane Nenu too have now confirmed that the film will hit the screens on April 26th, 2018 worldwide, much to the surprise of everyone. Industry experts and few media experts were shocked with these changes of plans sine two big-budget films will lock horns on the same day.
Industry insiders say that the change in the release date of Kaala has forced the makers of these two big movies to make these changes, which might not be a good thing for business. A similar situation had arisen a while ago when makers of Rajinikanth’s 2.0 had announced that their film will be released on April 28th, 2018 worldwide. Many producers in Telugu cinema, including Bharath Ane Nenu and Naa Peru Surya, had protested this announcement and were forced to take up the issue with Producers’ Council of their respective language industries.