Aravindha Sametha Target is Rs 100 Cr

Aravindha Sametha Target is Rs 100 Cr

Jr NTR and Pooja Hegde starrer Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava, is scheduled to hit the theaters on 11th October in a very grand manner. Worldwide Theatrical Rights of the Trivikram-directorial venture are valued for Rs 92 Cr.  The movie needs to amass a minimum share of 100 Cr.

Aravindha Sametha is one of the most-awaited Telugu movies and two aspects have generated a lot of hype for the movie. Firstly, it brings Jr NTR and ace director Trivikram Srinivas together. Secondly, the young tiger has undergone a physical transformation for the film.

Post SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, numerous films hit the screens. Few became hits, few ended as blockbusters and others tasted bitter results. Nonetheless, Ram Charan and Samantha starrer Rangasthalam lured movie movers to watch along with all family members due to the emotional quotient in the film. Within 2 week,  Rangathalam reached Rs  100 Cr share to become a profit venture for distributors.

Coming to Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava,  Jr NTR and Trivikram Srinivas’s charisma is biggest asset for the film.

Aravindha Sametha Pre-Release Business:

Nizam: Rs 19 Cr

Ceeded: Rs 15 Cr

Uttar Andhra: Rs 9.2 Cr

Guntur: Rs 7.2 Cr

Krishna: Rs 5.5 Cr

East: Rs 6 Cr

West: Rs 4.8 Cr

Nellore: Rs 3.3 Cr

Aravindha Sametha AP & Nizam Pre-Release Business: Rs 70 Cr

 Karnataka: Rs 8.2 Cr

ROI: Rs 1.3 Cr

Overseas:  Rs 12.5 Cr

Aravindha Sametha Worldwide Pre-Release Business: Rs 92 Cr

Altogether, Jr NTR’s charisma, Trivikram Srinivas’s challenging direction, Pooja Hegde’s glamour, emotional content, Thaman’s music can create non-Baahubali record. Let’s hope for the best!

The songs composed by Thaman for Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava have become a huge hit. Especially, the Peniviti and Yeda Poyinado have added a lot of depth to the album. Recently during the media interaction, Jr NTR said, “ The music composer Thaman gave his life and worked for the film. Not just Peniviti, but other songs are good too.”