Rajamouli thanks Pawan, Mahesh and Dil Raju for avoiding box office clash

Hyderabad: With the postponement of the release of “Bheemla Nayak” by Pawan Kalyan and Rana Daggubati, the directors of “RRR” and “Radhe Shyam” will not face a box office clash.

The director of ‘RRR’ SS Rajamouli and the directors of ‘Radhe Shyam’ took to social media to thank the directors of ‘Bheemla Nayak’ and ‘Sarkaru Vaari Paata’ after they had agreed to postpone the release of their respective films, in order to avoid a clash.

Tollywood is known for its high-priced releases during the Sankranthi Festival. So the filmmakers are focused on releasing their films in that particular season, taking into account many aspects.

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Considering that there were 5 big releases during Sankranthi, the Producers Guild has settled a conflict over release dates, in order to avoid a box office clash.

Rajamouli also thanked actor Mahesh Babu in particular, as he was the one who took the initiative and first came out of the Sankranti race and postponed his film “Sarkaru Vaari Pata” to April 1st.

“@UrstrulyMahesh was the one who took the initiative to declutter Pongal releases… Even though #SarkaruVaariPaata was a perfect Pongal movie, it moved it into the summer and created a healthy atmosphere. Thank you to my hero and also to the whole @MythriOfficial team, ”reads Rajamouli’s tweet.

Rajamouli also added: “Thanks also to Dil Raju garu and the # F3Movie team for postponing the release of their film. Best wishes!”.

The director of ‘RRR’ also thanked the creators of ‘Bheemla Nayak’, “Chinababu garu and Pawan Kalyan garu’s decision to postpone the release date of #BheemlaNayak is much appreciated. I wish the team all the best … :). ”

Now only “RRR” (January 7), “Radhe Shyam” (January 14) and “Bangarraju” are due to be released during the Sankranthi festival.

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