Will Krish Do What Rajamouli Couldn’t In China
Posted May 11, 2018, 3:18 pm at 15:18
The director Krish is one of the few directors who has enough potential to stand on par to the visionary director Rajamouli. Movie analysts started a new competition between these two makers and let us dwell on the details of this special competition. Rajamouli, no doubt is India’s proudest maker who put the Telugu Film Industry on an International level. But he is ridiculed by some anti-fans for his copycat themes and taking huge time for the production of his big movies. According to them, Krish is far better than Rajamouli in terms of delivering a world-class product in subsequently lesser time compared to Rajamouli.
This comparison hit peak stage when Krish made Balayya’s landmark flick Gautamiputra Satakarni in just 78 days and with a budget of 55 crores whereas Rajamouli took 5 long years to make Baahubali series with a budget of 450 crores in total. The real competition between them floated up recently in the B-town.The Bollywood critics who are merciless are now drawing differences between these two makers. They declared that Rajamouli fell flat at the China box office as the collections of Baahubali 1 and 2 are not even close to expected figures like Dangal etc. they say that the Krish directed Manikarnika might outshine Baahubali in China.
Krish is directing the life history of India’s pride Rani Jhansi Lakshmi Bai with Queen Kangana Ranaut. This flick is filled with sword fights and horse rides which fall into the favorite category of Chinese movie lovers. Now the makers of Manikarnika have plans to release the flick in China in parallel to India. If this movie hits the bullseye in China, then the B-town would declare Krish is the finest of all Tollywood directors. Let us wait and see the result all by ourselves. By the way, Rajamouli’s father Vijayendra Prasad has provided story and screenplay to Manikarnika.
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