Tollywood star comedian Brahmanandam is currently going through a bad phase of his career. With the disasters of his recent films like “Bruce Lee” and “Sher,” Brahmanandam has lost the spark that he previously used to have. This loss also resulted in his remuneration redemption.
Brahmmi, who usually charges a hectic Rs 4-5Lakhs per call sheet, has been reported in decreasing his money for the sake of flops that he recently accounted. Many say that he is a tough guy to handle while coming to the remuneration.
Brahmmi hoped that he bad luck will fade away with his fortune director Sreenu Vaitla’s “Bruce Lee.” This film too gaining a mixed talk at the box-office and comedy that seemed an unfit affair once again left the comedian in a dilemma.
He, who ruled the comedy sector of Telugu cinema for over two decades, has never faced such dry phase. Since doing many films at a time, one or the other film’s success fetched him offers. But, this time all of his films consistently turned out to become huge disasters.
Moreover, the alarming competition from his co-comedians is what made him reduce his remuneration.
While Brahmmi failures are draining him, this turned out to become opportunities for younger generation comedians like Sapthagiri, Tagubothu Ramesh, Vennala Kishore and many more.
With undergoing a bad phase of his career, let us hope that he will bounce back the coming year.