Gopichand’s previous film, “Rama Banam,” was a significant box office failure despite its massive budget, leading to differences between him and director Sriwass. Now, Gopichand is collaborating with director Sreenu Vaitla, known for his films often exceeding their budgets due to elaborate sets and foreign locations.
This upcoming film is also rumored to have a substantial budget. Sreenu Vaitla faced a rough patch with the failure of “Aagadu,” starring Mahesh Babu, followed by disappointments with “Bruce Lee,” “Mister,” and “Amar Akbar Anthony.” Consequently, he took a four-year break from filmmaking.
The success of their new project is crucial for both Gopichand and Sreenu Vaitla, with the hope that Sreenu Vaitla, once hailed as the king of entertainment, will make a triumphant return.
The film’s recent official launch saw the presence of director K Raghavendra Rao and producers Naveen Yerneni and TG Vishwa Prasad, who will be bankrolling the project under the Chitralayam Studios banner. For this collaboration to succeed, effective promotional efforts will be essential to ensure the film’s profitability and potentially mark the resurgence of both Gopichand and Sreenu Vaitla in the industry.