Movie lovers and fans of the mega family’s heroes are eagerly anticipating an exciting month ahead with four consecutive releases starting from the last week of July. Power Star Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej’s “BRO” on July 28th, followed by Chiranjeevi’s “Bholaa Shankar” on August 11th, Vyshnav Tej’s “Aadikeshava” on August 18th, and Varun Tej’s “Gandheevadhari Arjuna” on August 25th.
While Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi enjoy established star power and the advantage of remakes with guaranteed success, Vyshnav Tej and Varun Tej face unique challenges. Vyshnav Tej’s previous films failed to make a lasting impression, putting pressure on “Aadikeshava,” which is another commercial potboiler.
Similarly, Varun Tej’s recent films haven’t seen solid success, and choosing the risky spy genre for “Gandheevadhari Arjuna” adds uncertainty. Their performances and the reception of their films will determine their standing in the industry.
Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi are likely to draw a massive opening with their immense fan bases and the minimum guarantee attached to their remakes. Vyshnav Tej and Varun Tej’s upcoming releases will be crucial tests for them, aiming to prove themselves alongside their seasoned family members. How they navigate these challenges and captivate audiences will determine their success in this critical period.