Satellite rights cannot beat Super Star

Posted : October 7, 2012 at 1:24 pm IST by ManaTelugu
Genex films success is measured by the way they perform at box office, overseas markets and satellite rights. Based on all these things trade analysts rate film and place them accordingly in the all time money grosser list. But however hard and whatever means tollywood film makers try selling their film’s satellite rights lavishly they couldn’t beat Super Star. There wont be any prizes for guessing as he is one and only Rajani Kanth.
His blockbuster superhit film Robot was sold for Rs 8crs and even now it is the highest in Tollywood. If one analyses how some of the films sold their satellite rights then this fact will be understood. Mahesh Babu-Venkatesh multistarrer Seetamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu is currently second with its satellite rights sold for Rs 7.5 crs. Prince Mahesh’s Business Man was sold for Rs 7.4 crs. Ram Charan Teja’s Nayak’s satellite rights is said to have been sold for Rs 7.5-R8 crs while Nagarjuna’s Shirdi Sai fetched Rs 6crs and his upcoming film Damarukam sold for Rs 5.25 crs.
Julaayi was sold for Rs 5.75crs while Rajamouli’s Eega for Rs 4crs and earlier his superhit Magadheera for Rs 5.5crs. Rebel fetched Rs 5.5crs and Dammu Rs 5.5crs. Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh fetched only Rs5.5crs. Had film makers sold the film after the release of the film it would have fetched Rs 7crs. Racha was sold for Rs 6.25crs while Ravi Teja’s Nippu and Daruvu were sold for Rs 4.25 and Rs 4.75 crs respectively. Sekhar Kammula’s Life is Beautiful was bagged for Rs 3.5-4crs while Rana’s Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum went for Rs 3.5crs.
Vishnu’s Denikaina Ready fetched Rs 3.75crs while Sudigadu was sold for Rs 3/.75 crts. Onamalu fetched Rs 1crs. All this show the true power of Super star Rajanikanth and where our stars stand in comparision.