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‘Cheap’ Propaganda on NTR-Trivikram Film?

Posted : May 21, 2018 at 8:44 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Even as the overseas rights of NTR-Trivikram’s Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava is yet to be closed, rumour mongers are busy spreading malicious propaganda on the film it seems. It is rumoured that the the film’s overseas theatrical rights along with two other films belonging to the same production house was sold for a meagre Rs 15.3 Crore. Now, this is raising several suspicions on the reports surrounding such rumours. Even anyone with basic knowledge on overseas trade would quash it as baseless since the overseas rights of NTR-Trivikram film alone would be more or less on par with it.

It is suspected that a conspiracy being chalked out to kill the overseas rights of Tarak-Trivikram’s film. Consider the below a few points that counter the rumours on Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava.

Although Trivikram Srinivas’ last outing Agnyaathavaasi was a disaster at the Box Office, the star director still enjoys good sway over the US and Overseas market. Given that his films in the past (including A..Aa) broke several records in the US and elsewhere in the overseas arena, still there is a huge craze for Trivikram’s film irrespective of the performance of his last film.

In fact, Trivikram’s collaboration with NTR who is on a success spree is a hot film for trade. Also considering that NTR’s immediate next would be a mega multi-starrer to be directed by Rajamouli which would take at least another 1.5 years to release, overseas buyers are said to be ready to stretch their budgets to bag NTR-Trivikram film.

On the other hand, the makers of NTR-Trivikram have two other good films – Maruthi-Naga Chaitanya film and Sharwanand-Sudheer Varma film – in the kitty. Maruthi’s Bhale Bhale Magadivoy had got success in the US and Overseas. Sharwa and Sudheer Varma too have decent following in the abroad. So, the makers are estimating that the overseas rights of the three films combine including NTR-Trivikram’s ASVR would be pegged not less than Rs 20 Crore to Rs 25 Crore. This is contrary to rumours that the overseas rights for all three films together was closed at meagre Rs 15 Crore.

For instance, consider Mahesh Babu who is the overseas king. Even after his Brahmotsavam and Spyder bombed, Mahesh and Koratala Siva’s Bharat Ane Nenu’s overseas rights have fetched a whopping Rs 18.2 Crore from the trade. Same is with Sukumar, notwithstanding the result of his One-Nenokkadine, the overseas business for Nannaku Prematho has earned good monies.

So, nonetheless NTR-Trivikram’s film alone would cost a chunk of the deal whereas the other two films – Chaitu and Sharwa – would get not less than 6-7 Crore for the whole overseas’ theatrical rights.

By and large, just one disaster of Trivikram can’t take away his huge market in overseas and especially when he is collaborating with a big star like NTR. Looks like, the final deal value would put a stop to all those ‘cheap’ propaganda surrounding Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava.


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