Nagarjuna’s Bangarraju is all set to hit the screens on January 14th. The ground is clear for this Akkineni mulistarrer to score a Sankranti hit and with no other biggie releasing for the festival, that chances of success look quite bright. There was one obstacle that came in which is now cleared.
The Andhra Pradesh government had announced that it will implement a night curfew and occupancy restrictions. Such was the seriousness on the issue that AP I&PR Minister Perni Nani even asked the Sankranti movies to push the release dates.
Now, all of a sudden that game has changed, and the government which suggested films to be postponed had now postponed the plans of night curfew and occupancy restrictions.
Many industry observers are now stating that this move has been made keeping Nagarjuna’s interests in mind. The ‘Bangarraju’ actor has been a vocal supporter of the current regime and has not made a single statement on the ongoing AP tickets issue which is troubling the industry.
He in fact made statements that were supportive of the government and hence he has received these favors, claim close sources.
Nagarjuna maintains very good relations with AP Government and now It has helped him a great way. The government has instructed and given the makers of Bangarraju a free hand and they will not be involved in it during the Sankranti days.