With the amazing hype surrounding ‘Kabali’, it has been proven that even regional films can get international recognition if promoted well. Seeing the ‘Kabali’ mania, film distributors overseas are eager to buy the distribution rights of Chiranjeevi’s 150th film.
According to reports, the VV Vinayak film got an offer from a distributor overseas for a whopping Rs 12 Crore. The Megastar film is expected to gain incredible hype close to the release since it marks the veteran actor’s re-entry in Tollywood after a gap of eight years. However, the makers of the film refused this golden offer because they expect that the film will fetch even more money for overseas distribution and are settling for nothing less than Rs 15 Crore.
Chiranjeevi’s 150th film criticised by Kondandarami Reddy and writer Chinni Krishna
Chiru’s comeback film is the Telugu remake of Vijay starrer ‘Kaththi’ and it is bankrolled by the actor’s son Ram Charan.