Should Balayya Compete with Mahesh & Charan?

Mon 19th Jun 2017 06:40 PM

Balakrishna's Films for Dussehra and Sankranthi

Balakrishna's Films Competing Big Films
Balakrishna's Films Competing Big Films
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It seems Natasimham Nandamuri Balakrishna has gone crazy competing with big projects in festive seasons. As we know, Balakrishna's Gauthamiputra Satakarni locked horns with Megastar Chiranjeevi's comeback film Khaidi Number 150 for this year's Sankranthi. 

His new film Paisa Vasool becomes an opposition for Prince Mahesh's highly awaited film Spyder for Dussehra season. The Natasimham hasn't stopped here. It is a known news that his new film has been confirmed in the direction of KS Ravi Kumar and the film's title is being contemplated as 'Jayasimha' and 'Reddygaru'. 

Inside buzz says that Balakrishna has asked the makers to get the film's shoot wrapped up in just five months so as to ensure the film is released for Sankranthi season of 2018. If at all this happens, he will be locking horns with Mega Power Star Ram Charan's Rangasthalam 1985 and Mahesh's Bharath Ane Nenu which are set for Sankranthi release.

Fortunately, Balakrishna's GPS was aggressively promoted by TDP based media due to some political factors and which made GPS got some hype facing competition with Khaidi Number 150. However, the same strategy might not work always and Balakrishna should really work hard to get his films competing with crazy films of Dussehra and Sankranthi.

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