After Rajnikanth's Darbar, Prince Mahesh Babu's Sarileru Neekevvaru rules Bengaluru screens
With Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu's latest flick Sarileru Neekevvaru slated to release on January 11, Bengaluru fans may be left disappointed as multiplexes screening his films and theatres known to run Telugu films are completely booked for weekends
Theatres and multiplexes in Bengaluru seem to be running into a houseful, thanks to Sarileru Neekevvaru, the latest film of Telugu superstar Prince Mahesh Babu and Kannada heroine Rashmika Mandanna.
According to Inox's chief programming manager, in Bengaluru, the counters and online pages were opened for advance booking yesterday and the tickets were sold like hot cakes. "We have eight properties in Bengaluru and all our screens showing Mahesh's latest flick is houseful," said the manager.
Radhakrishna Theatre in JC Nagar, which traditionally prioritises and screens Telugu films, has a 700-seater hall consisting silver and gold class. All the seats are booked till Sunday.
"Our silver class seat costs Rs 150 and the gold class seat is priced at Rs 200. The tickets were sold out within an hour yesterday and till Sunday, the situation will remain the same." said Bhoopal Reddy, proprietor, Radhakrishna Theatre.
The film is 169 minutes long. The film is directed by Anil Ravipudi and noted music composer Devi Prasad has scored the music. The film also stars yesteryear actress Vijyashanthi. The makers of the film has made the movie with a whopping Rs 100 crore budget and are keeping their fingers crossed.