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Dirty spat killing Tollywood's golden goose?

Fri 13th May 2022 10:17 PM

Are fans unknowingly murdering Tollywood?

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Fans wars are very common in any profession. In sports and films, it reaches new heights. Fans always used to elevate their hero's films and at the same time try to degrade other heroes' films. These things would have been fine had things been normal. But after the dreaded covid pandemic, the entire world turned upside down. Covid pandemic proved that all are the same in front of the dreaded pandemic and everyone, poor and affluent suffered huge losses equally.

The film industry was the most affected and after repeated lockdowns and closure of theatres, various regional industries and Bollywood has been struggling to come to terms and be on the fast-paced recovery path. Under these circumstances, Tollywood became the torchbearer. Many films like Krack, Pushpa, Akhanda, RRR, etc created a sensation at the box office. Movie lovers thronged theatres to watch films.

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Tollywood turned golden goose for everyone. When Telugu people are celebrating it with pride and Bollywood simmering with anger, Fans of top stars like Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, NTR, Prabhas, Allu Arjun and others started fighting against each other. Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi Fans had fought with NTR's Fans comparing Ram Charan and NTR's roles in RRR and how Rajamouli showed Ram Charan in a more heroic manner.

This made NTR's Fans angry and they waited for their turn when Chiranjeevi's Acharya was released, NTR's Fans trolled brutally and promoted the disaster tag for the film. Now with the Sarkaru Vaari Paata release, the mega Fans are fighting against Mahesh Babu's Fans trending disasterSVP even before the film's release. They are furious that Mahesh Babu's Fans trended diasterVakeelSaab when Pawan Kalyan's Vakeel Saab was released. Fans in their quest for supremacy and one-upmanship are unknowingly murdering Tollywood killing the golden goose. It is better they realize it quickly before it is too late.