Rajinikanth’s maker lashes out at ‘theater mafia’
Vallabhaneni Ashok, the maker of Rajinikanth’s ‘Peta’, has dazed the film business by making outrageous remarks against a few makers who have a grasp on a generous number of theaters over the Telugu States. His remarks come in the wake of the discussion that ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ and ‘F2’ are commanding the scene this season at the expense of ‘Peta’ and even ‘NTR-Kathanayakudu’.
He started his discourse typically, by hailing Rajinikanth’s magnanimous exercises. And after that came the huge assault. “UV Creations, Allu Aravind, Dil Raju and others carry on as though they were brought into the world with theaters in their grasp. For what reason would they say they are tormented to give different movies a chance to play in the theaters? On the off chance that a film is great, individuals will watch it. These individuals swarm theaters with an excessive number of movies. What’s more, they don’t give great movies access. How is it reasonable?” he roared.
“KCR garu is a dynamic boss priest. He has returned to control, because of open help. The group of onlookers needs to watch the best movies, the movies they like. Who has the privilege to limit their decisions? KCR garu and Chandrababu Naidu garu should show the theater mafia a thing or two. This mafia is murdering little movies. Contrasted with other Sankranthi discharges, my film ‘Peta’ is in a desperate circumstance as far as the size of the discharge. I am too embarrassed to even consider evening talk about the circumstance,” he said.
He radiated certainty that ‘Peta’ will skip back in the second week.