Re-release of star heroes films has become a trend these days in the Telugu film industry. It all started with the special shows of Okkadu and Pokiri which were held on August 8th and 9th in the last year to celebrate Superstar Mahesh Babu’s birthday. The response was huge to the shows.
Pokiri and Jalsa re-releases were done on birthday specials of Mahesh Babu and Pawan Kalyan and both were a complete celebration by the fans and the team has used the collections of the shows for charity even the same happened with Nandamuri Balakrishna’s ChennaKeshavareddy as well.
However, it now looks like re releasing the old Super hit films has become just a business. The latest re releases like Kushi, Okkadu , Badri, Tholiprema all these films are doing just for a business.
There should be a surprise factor for these special shows which would bring the anticipation among the fans and audience. But those who are releasing these movies are not getting this point and just bothered about minting money.
Pawan Kalyan’s Kushi was dropped last week, and now it is being reported that his other film Badri will also be be released on January 26th.
Keeping aside the fact that it brings nostalgic vibes to the audience and euphoria in theaters, these special shows will affect the run of small films on the other side and the organizers and fans should plan these events in a way that without overdoing and disturbing the new releases.
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