Agnyathavasi need not be a copy

A section of media seems to be highly obsessed with promoting the movie of Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram Srinivas as a copy film without even looking at the film. Even few people like Mahesh Kathi, are adding fuel to these rumours, even though they know how the films are made. The famous critic is seen making sly comments about the maker and the actor, calling it a copy and few media persons are also spreading the news like wildfire that the makers are planning to pay a fortune to T-series, audio company, who own the remake rights of the movie in Indian languages.

The rumour suggests that the makers have approached T-Series management through Rana Daggubati and they have offered them to not go court for the issue. They have offered to them a sum of 5 crores, while the company is asking for 15 crores. Few are saying that, Trivikram as offered to give up 5 crores from his remuneration for Producer to pay out and settle the issue and Producer is willing to pay, 10 crores as the maximum amount. Few have gone even so far to state that as the deal is not finalised, the makers are not releasing the trailer.

Well, speculations cannot be truth and people are trying to present them as truth for their own gains. As per the sources close to the team, the crew is more interested in completing the remaining works like Dolby mixing to finish the movie on time and disperse the movie hardcopies to the locations that are planning for a huge release. They haven’t talked about any legal notice or any deal going on. We have just seen a teaser to call it a copy and the story could be entirely different from the original, Largo Winch. We have to wait for Trivikram Srinivas and Producers to issue a clarification and even it has the similar storyline it doesn’t have to be a ‘literal copy’! Just hold your horses till the movie release, our sincere request.