Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam In Danger?
From March 31st, the Telugu film enterprise is going to close all of its operations to start a serious protest against the virtual provider providers over their Monopoly. As in keeping with the reviews, Ram Charan’s Rangasthalam which is slated to get released in March may go through losses because of this protest.
star producer Suresh Babu has made some extreme comments on this issue and claimed that the protest can also last for a while as there would be a counter protests via DSPs which may cause the hike in maintainance fees.
The assertion from Telugu movie manufacturers Council said “To deliver to the notice of DSPs of our pains in release of the films, and triumph over this troubles, all of the participants, presented in an emergency meeting hung on 8 Dec, 2017 at 3.00 pm in the movie Chamber, has unanimously resolved to shut all of the theatres and prevent all releases from 1st March, 2018,”
the first film this is a good deal-likely to suffer is Sukumar’s project Rangasthalam. reports claim that even the problem is subsided via the quit of March, Mahanati film may get affected. The whole movie schedules may be subjected to a huge exchange because the movie that are going to be released at that time might be postponed.
then again, so many films are slated to get released in April along with Bharath Anu Nenu, Naa Peru Surya, 2.O and so forth. If Rangasthalam is postponed until April then the April releases might be those to go through. The makers of Rangasthalam are but to decide on it.