With only few hours left for the release of Mahesh Babu’s Aagadu, the 2014’s most-anticipated Telugu film, the two Telugu-speaking states Seemandhra and Telangana are gripped by the film’s fever. From Vijayawada to Visakhapatnam to Srikakulam, From Prakasam to Nellore to Chittoor, From Anantapur to Kurnool to Kadapa, the Mahesh mania has taken over the people of all walks of life.
The situation is no different in Telangana as there is a great curiosity in the 10 districts of the state. Since Mahesh has good foothold in Nizam, naturally there is a great fervour in the region. With fans boasting over-the-top cutouts in every nook and corner and movie posters are all over the place, there is a kinda festival atmosphere prevailing in the State.
There is an euphoria in Mahesh Babu’s fans and Ghattamaneni Krishna fans. Surrounded by huge buzz and hullabaloo, producers Anil Sunkara, Ram Achanta and Gopi Achanta have planned for a massive release. In collaboration with Eros International, Aagadu is releasing in a whopping 1200 to 1400-odd theatres across the globe.
If reports are to be believed, the movie is releasing in 110 theatres in North India, 170 theatres in United States and Canada and in nearly 100 theaters in other places like Australia, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland , Kuwait, Dubai, South Africa, Nigeria, Malaysia, Singapore, Jamaica and etc. The movie is expected to shatter all the previous Box Office records of the Superstar and expected to set a new benchmark in T-town. Especially, the combo of Mahesh Babu-Sreenu Vaitla and 14 Reels Entertainment is what provoking fans to go berserk and keep the high expectations on the film. Given that Dookudu was a blockbuster and already Aagadu’s trailer, teaser and songs are enticing and enthralling, the expectations on the film have shot up.
For the first time, Mikly beauty Tamannah is pairing up with Mahesh and naturally, many are interestingly looking forward to see the new pair on silver screen. And for Thaman this is his 50th film and of course, a landmark film for a music composer. Brahmi’s comedy instincts, Posani’s one-liners, Mahesh Babu’s punch dialogues, Sreenu Vaitla’s uncanny direction and Tammu’s beauty treat all together make up to draw crowds to theatres and above all, Mahesh is the biggest crowd-puller. Stay tuned to us, we’ll be coming up with the first review of Aagadu.