Pawan Kalyan’s ‘Attarintiki Daredi’ is right now limited to reel-boxes sitting in processing labs in Hyderabad, as the protests in Seemandhra are still at large. But how many days should the movie actually wait? Will this protest die down any sooner?
All these answer less questions are now promoting the distributors of the movie to force Pawan Kalyan and his producer BVSN Prasad to fix a release date. With protest not going to drop at anytime in the next 3-4 months, a distributor who has spent huge money for acquiring rights of the flick will be feeling uneasy to pay interests for the mammoth investment. So, rather waiting for months, it is best to release the movie immediately such that it will make whatever amount it will, if not profits it will recover invested capital, a distributor said.
‘Right now we’ll lose only in parts of Seemandhra. But if Congress goes back on Telangana or announces bitter news to T-folks about Hyderabad, then we have to lose both in Seemandhra and Telangana’, another distributor told to producer, say sources.
All these distributors are said to be keen on releasing the movie on August 29th, such that movie will run in all parts of Andhra Pradesh, with ‘bifurcation’ issue getting dragged anyway. Will the makers dare to release ‘Attarintiki Daredi’ now, at least keeping the views of distributors in mind? Wait and see.