Pawan Kalyan friend makes good investment
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Everyone is aware that the Telugu version of ‘Mersal’ is produced by Pawan Kalyan’s long-time friend Sharath Marar. It’s been two days since the release of ‘Adhirindhi’ (Mersal’s Telugu version) and the film has reportedly collected Rs. 2 crores already.
The GST dialogues not only raged a huge controversy in Tamil Nadu but also gave the film ‘free publicity’ making the film much bigger hit than previously thought. Thanks to the various protests by BJP leaders, the collections of the Tamil version were strong even after the film completed two weeks at the box office.
Everyone was expecting GST dialogues to be a part of the film. It was also rumored that the producer has compromised and agreed to cut the GST dialogues to get the film Censored. The same way, there were no GST dialogues in the Telugu Version on the first two days.
But the producer Sharath Maraar issued a statement saying that ‘because of few technical glitches, we were not able to include those dialogues in the film. From the 3rd day, the audience will be able to hear them.’
As soon as this news broke out, few BJP leaders are already making plans to stage a protest in a couple of days. It’s obvious that ‘Adhirindhi’ will gather the free publicity and will go onto rake up more collections for the producer. It looks like Sharath Maraar has made a good investment.