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First Part’s Poor Results Lead to Shelving of Sequel Plans

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With sequels and franchises being the flavour of the season, all industries are now planning their films in multiple parts as it covers the budget and the story can also be explained in detail. But, there is a small problem with the sequels. If the first part works then there is no issue and a huge buzz will be created on other parts. But right now most of the film’s first part itself is not working which is resulting in shelving of sequel plans.

Recently Boyapati Sreenu- Ram’s Skanda was abruptly ended by introducing the 2nd character and a lead to part 2. The problem here is that part 1 itself failed to impress so part 2 was shelved. Sreekanth Addala’s Peddha Kapu was planned for 3 parts and was a box-office disaster leading to the next two parts being shelved. Kalyan Ram’s devil was also announced in two parts and after the 1st part saw a bad result, there was no chance of part 2.

Not only in Tollywood but in Kollywood also the same has been happening. Dhanush’s Captain Miller was planned in two parts but part 1 did not work well. It did a decent job in Tamil but other languages were a disaster. In Mollywood, Mohanlal’s big-budget film Malaikotai Vaaliban was planned in multiple parts but the 1st part ended up as a disaster.

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The most recent entrant into this list is Venkatesh’s Saindhav which was also like a franchise. But the movie was a disaster and while the climax portion suggested a lead-up to the second part, it is highly unlikely that this Sailesk Kolanu film will have a sequel. The makers need to be careful and announce a 2-part or a 3-part film only if the need arises. Going for multiple parts just because its a trend will only result in half-baked movies and no sequels later on.

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