Ram Charan’s much expected film “Bruce Lee-The Fighter,” didn’t do well at the box-office. Buyers, who strongly believed in the Srenu Vaitla-Ram Charan combo, didn’t gain much out of the project.
Since, the hype of this film was huge with Chiranjeevi’s cameo, buyers and distributors paid fancy amount’s to the producer. Much to their surprise the film fetched a mixed talk and left them in losses.
Though this is the first week and Dusshera festival left them in hope. If this film can’t to well at the time of festival, then surely buyers and distributors in fall into losses.
“Bruce Lee,” turning out to be an average film, Mega family is in shock and in pain for its buyers. To help buyers regain their invested money, Ram Charan came up with an idea. Charan’s next flick as we all know is the remake of Tamil super hit “Thanni Oruvan.” This film has been reported of presenting on a low budget and a less time span of three months.
Since, the budget of this film is accounted to be low; Ram Charan planned of selling this film for a low price to the distributers of Bruce Lee, and by so can recover the lost money from this.
Although his idea looks good, what matters here is whether the “Thanni Oruvan” remake will become a hit. If this too turns out same as Bruce Lee, then Charan’s buyers may hesitate buying his future film.