Young hero Allu Sirish’s ‘Srirasthu Shubhamasthu’ and Malayalam Super Star Mohan Lal’s ‘Manamantha’ are generating a positive buzz in film and trade circles. Given a fact that both the movies are made on small budgets and emotional story points, there’s a higher probability of these movies to connect well with Telugu audience. Both of them are slated to hit the screens on August 5th.
Overseeing the danger from these two films backed by big production and distribution houses, young hero Aadi took a safe exit from August 5th race. His new movie ‘Chuttalabbayi’ in the direction of Veerabhadram Chowdary with a special character from Dialogue King Sai Kumar appeared like a formula based old pickle after watching promotional stuff. Anyways, the film could have never bared the heat from above two movies.
Makers have finally pushed ‘Chuttalabbayi’ release from August 5th to August 19th. Blocking the future date is a good move but how far it is possible for Aadi to take on Naga Chaitanya is again a dubious question because ‘Sahasam Swaasagaa Saagipo’ might hit the screens on same date.