Super Star Rajnikanth and director Shankar's 'Robo' movie was released on 1st October, 2010. The movie received unanimous positive talk and huge opening collections in A.P. On the other side, Prince Mahesh Babu's 'Khaleja' was released on 7th October. Although, the movie received average talk, it couldn't sustain well at the box office due to 'Robo' mania prevailed everywhere then. Finally, 'Khaleja' had to taste disaster result then. Trivikram was the director of this movie.
Ace director S.S.Rajamouli's 'Eega' was released on 6th July and received super positive talk on its first day of release. Like 'Robo', 'Eega' also filled with many visual effects and computer graphics. Co-incidentally, Trivikram's movie 'Julaayi' was planned to release on 13th of this month. However, having known the talk of 'Eega', the sensible makers of 'Julaayi' have postponed the release date of their movie to 20th of this month. So, the total gap between these two movies is two weeks. Even then, some of the movie folks suspect 'two weeks' is not an enough gap between these two movies. Analysts are saying that 'Robo' was watched repeatedly by many audience due to the songs, Ishwarya and rich production values.That's why 'Robo' got good collections for four weeks. However, 'Eega' is hardly expected to get repeat run and hence its box office stamina might be ended for two to three weeks of its release. Lack of star heroes and super songs might not fetch the repeat run collections for 'Eega'.