This Sankranthi, there are five big movies scheduled to release, causing a bit of a clash at the theaters. The producers of these films recently gathered to discuss the consequences of this clash under the leadership of Dil Raju. It’s been rumored that one of the movies, Hanu Man, might delay its release due to pressure.
However, the makers clarified that they’re committed to a significant release in North India on January 12th, so postponing isn’t an option. Now, talks are swirling that if Hanu Man sticks to its schedule, distributors are suggesting Nagarjuna’s movie, Naa Saami Ranga, to consider delaying its release.
The reason behind this suggestion is that Nagarjuna hasn’t finalized some crucial aspects like the movie’s final version, OTT deal, and other rights. Distributors feel he might need more time to sort these out before releasing the film.
However, Nagarjuna seems hesitant to move the film as the Sankranthi season has historically been successful and profitable for his movies. His reluctance stems from the belief that this festive period brings good luck and strong box office returns. It’s uncertain what decision will be made in this situation, and everyone is waiting to see how things unfold.