Director Teja delivered several hits throughout his career, and is known for his unique filmmaking and scripts. The director is also very well known for his outspoken nature, which has made him the subject of a lot of controversies throughout his career, and the director has now made yet another interesting remark on Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise.
Teja said that the film was not a hit in the Telugu states, with many distributors even losing out on their investment as the movie wasn’t able to pull crowds to the theatres. He said that the producers of the film declared the film to be a hit because it ran well in the Hindi market, and made good profits in that belt. Considering the kind of hype that the second part of Pushpa is carrying, it is curious for the director to make such remarks.
Teja also called out the insane prices for food and tickets in multiplexes, which is the main reason why audiences are staying away from theatres. On the other hand, Teja is all set to launch Abhiram Daggubati, the brother of Rana Daggubati, with his upcoming film Ahimsa, which is set to be released this month.
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