Kiran Abbavaram’s latest movie ‘Sebastian PC 524‘ is close to the youth with successful films like ‘Rajavaru Rani Garu’ and ‘SR Kalyanamandapam’. The film is about a police officer who suffers from depression, and the strange circumstances he encounters. Despite the point being interesting, the film received a flop talk due to lack of interest in the story.
The collections were also badly recorded. On the banner of ‘Jovita Cinemas’ in the presentation of ‘Elite Entertainment’. The film was produced by B. Siddareddy. Gibran is the music director of this film. Balaji Sayyapureddy was introduced as the director with this film. Even for a week the film could not stand in theaters.
Looking at the closing collections of this film:
Nizam 0.27 cr
Seeded 0.19 cr
Uttarandhra 0.13 cr
Yeast 0.07 cr
West 0.05 cr
Guntur 0.10 cr
Krishna 0.08 cr
Nellore 0.04 cr
AP + Telangana (Total) 0.93 cr
Rest of India + Overseas 0.04 cr
Worldwide (Total) 0.97 cr
‘Sebastian PC 524’ had a theatrical business of Rs 6.45 crore. Breakven has to raise up to Rs 7 crore per share. By the end of the full run, the film had grossed just Rs 0.97 crore a share, leaving the buyers with a loss of Rs 5.48 crore on business. However the non-theatrical business for the film did well. Hearing that the producer made profits on them. But according to the trade theatrical rights, the film’s flour flop will be decided. In terms of theatrical, this film is a disaster.