Post the Covid 2nd wave, the Telangana government offered pretty good flexible pricing to movies much to the relief of Tollywood. The ticket rates are increased in multiplexes at Rs 295 and Single screens at Rs 175/Rs200. With these prices, it appeared that Baahubali 2 record can be broken in the Nizam area.
Allu Arjun’s Pushpa and Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak were expected to shatter these records. While both these movies got off to a roaring start and gave massive numbers in the first weekend. The first weekend numbers of Pushpa and Bheemla Nayak were bigger than Baahubali 2 and it appeared that Prabhas’ record will finally be broken.
However, these films could not sustain the momentum going into the weekdays and Baahubali 2 record stays untouched in Nizam. Now it is upto Prabhas’ Radhe Shyam to give it a shot. Trade circles, as well as fans, are waiting eagerly to see if Prabhas can better his own Baahubali 2 record in Nizam with Radhe Shyam.
Radhe Shyam will release on March 11th and the film’s trailer has elevated the hype and excitement to another level. Prabhas holds a good track record in Nizam and we’ll know in a few days if Tollywood gets a new Nizam record.