Sankranthi brings a lot to the film industry. Most of the big movies target this Sankranthi season to recover their investments. Everyone is aware of that the central Home Ministry allowed running theatres with 50 percent occupancy amid this coronavirus pandemic. But this occupancy won’t be enough for the producers to break even their investment though the movie turns out to be a blockbuster hit.
Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja and Shruti Haasan starrer has hit the theaters on 9th January and is receiving positive response by the movie lovers. Now according to the latest update, few theater owners hiked the ticket prices. The single screen tickets increased from Rs100 to Rs Rs150 whereas multiplexes tickets increased from Rs 150 to Rs 200. But not all the cinema halls increased the ticket price. The movie lovers are expressing their anger at the theatre owners.
Krack is turning out to be a big success and bringing Mass Maharaja back onto the winning track. Krack is the breather for Ravi Teja. Recently during the media interaction, Ravi Teja revealed that he wants to make a sequel to Krack and Raja The Great.
Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi starrer Master is all set to release on 13th January as a Pongal bonanza, which is directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj. Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas starrer romantic film Alludu Adhurs and the young and happening actor Ram Pothineni starrer Red are also releasing on the eve of Sankranthi.