Baahubali Changed The Routine Of Tollywood : Telugu Film Industry

The Telugu film industry puts money on three noteworthy windows to rake in income — Sankranti, summer and Dasara. In a sensibly decent year, film goers get the chance to watch no less than five to six major spending plan movies in summer alongside a couple of medium and little spending plan releases.

Baahubali Changed The Routine Of  Tollywood:

The arrangements were enormous for 2015 with the gathering of people planning to watch Baahubali and Rudhramadevi among different movies. Be that as it may, the certain deferral of these movies because of postproduction and different reasons has moved the center to July and August.


S.S. Rajamouli’s Baahubali has secured July 10 as its release date and Koratala Siva’s Srimanthudu featuring Mahesh Babu is customary on August 7. Gunasekhar’s Rudhramadevi and Ravi Teja-starrer Kick 2 are the other huge movies anticipated. Then, the Hindi film industry will add to this juggernaut with Salman Khan Starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Ajay Devgn’s Drishyam and Akshay Kumar starrer Brothers in July and August.

“April, trailed by May, is the best time to release a major spending plan film like our own. That is the time when folks and youngsters come to watch movies and we are guaranteed of a rehash group of onlookers when we have a decent item. We couldn’t complete the film in time for summer,” says Baahubali’s maker Shobu Yarlagadda.
He relies on the colossal desires riding on the film to acquire the group of onlookers in large numbers.

As the group inches towards the release date, he says it will be screened in approximately 1200 to 1300 screens crosswise over Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, 3000 to 4000 screens crosswise over India, and 250 to 300 screens abroad comprehensive of Telugu and Tamil variants. The Hindi variant will be released by Karan Johar’s creation house over the Northern belt, with a couple of halls screening the Telugu and Tamil forms.

“The local merchants will accept an approach releasing the prints with subtitles in urban communities like Mumbai and Delhi,” includes Yarlagadda.

The business is holding up to gage the execution of Baahubali and see when Rudhramadevi and Kick 2 release. Medium and little spending plan movies are waiting for their chance. Among them is Deva Katta’s Dynamite featuring Vishnu Manchu, Allari Naresh-starrer James Bond and Praveen Sattaru’s Guntur Talkies among others.
“In the most recent three months, there’s been an accumulation as a result of the postponement of enormous movies. One needs to regard a colossal film like Baahubali and comprehend that there’s no reason for attempting to rush and release your film amid that period.

Medium spending plan producers are trusting that their movies will get a window to release before another arrangement of huge movies release closer to Dasara. We are going to hold up and arrangement a release,” says Praveen Sattaru. Other than sufficiently getting screens to release, he raises a point about advancements. “Until Baahubali releases, it will get the significant lump of space on web and TV and littler movies won’t get enoughublicity,” he includes.