Wednesday , November 21 2018

Om Namo Venkatesaya a flop!

Om Namo Venkatesaya movie director K. Raghavendra Rao and hero Nag, though, believe that the collections are going to progress after word spreads.

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The much-anticipated devotional movies, Om Namo Venkatesaya, are in the newscast for all the erroneous reasons. The movie that depicts Nagarjuna as Hathi Ram Baba is the main disaster in Tollywood in these years. The openings of the movie have been wicked and even a small star gets more openings than this. This movie also occurs to be one of Nag’s largest flops when compared to his previous flop movies, Bhai and Kedi.

Raghavendra Rao and Nagarjuna, though, believe that the collections are going to progress after word spreads. On the 2nd day, they made a media meeting and said that their previous film Annamayya also got gloomy openings, but chosen up after day 11.

Only this time, the condition is different and the gatherings are worsening. Even on a Sunday, profits didn’t progress. As a result, the traders have all become gloomy and sad. Excitingly, the movie and Nagarjuna got a lot of praise from everybody. Mahesh Reddy, Nag’s best friend, is the producer and has uttered happiness at making the movie. Moreover, he is safe as he sold the movie for a good price. Dil Raju, who bought the Nizam region rights, has gained a loss of closely Rs 5 crore. Rendering to a representative, the Vizag part rights were purchased by B. Satish and he experienced a loss of nearly Rs 2 crore. When communicated, Satish didn’t want to speak about the figures, but self-confessed that the movie is not doing well. “The movie was released in closely 45 screens in Uttarandhra and the returns are unsatisfactory. The movie is good and people who watch it are giving progressive feedback. In my opinion, the timing of this movie is not correct as it should have out either on a festival date or through the summer holidays,” speaks Satish.

Mahesh Reddy’s previous movie, Shiridi Sai was also a religious one starring Nag, but that also was a flop. Numerous distributors, who bought Shiridi Sai also taken this film, hoping they would recover the currency from the first movie’s loss. But it appears that this movie is no better than the first one.

 

 

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