A letter, which is gossiped to have been written by Telangana exhibitors (owners of film theaters) of 'Brahmotsavam' to Telangana State Film Chamber of Commerce (TSFCC), is doing rounds in social media. The exhibitors pleaded the TSFCC to get them provided compensation from the film's producers, hero and the director. The details of the letter are given below.
"Mahesh Babu starrer 'Brahmotsvam', produced by PVP banner, under Srikanth Addala's direction, got released on May 20. The film's makers got the prices equal to 'Srimanthudu's shares as minimum guarantee (MG) from the exhibitors. This is the worst ever flop among Mahesh's films. This film is even worse than a TV serial. As you know, this is a bitter truth. As such we are requesting TSFCC to do proper justice to us through Mahesh, Srikanth Addala and PVP. When 'Baba' film suffered with losses, honourable Rajinikanth garu compensated the losses to exhibitors. We suffered 80 naya paise per a rupee (80%) loss with 'Brahmotsavam'. Hence, you are requested to discuss the issue with Abhishek Pictures, PVP and Srikanth Addala to do justice to us......from the exhibitors of 'Brahmotsavam', Telangana."
It remains to be seen the response of TSFCC and 'Brahmotsavam's production team with the letter from exhibitors.