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Sankranthi competition puts significant pressure on Dil Raju

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Sankranthi 2024 is going to be an exciting one with as many as 8 movies vying for best theatres and shows. Superstar Mahesh Babu’s Guntur Kaaram, Ravi Teja’s Eagle, Nagarjuna’s Naa Saami Ranga, Teja Sajja’s Hanuman, Vijay Deverakonda’s Family Star have already announced their dates and are locked and loaded for the festive season. Venkatesh’s Saindhav has also joined the race with an official announcement earlier today.

While these many movies of different genres is a great news for movie lovers, ace producer Dil Raju has found himself in a great fix.

His own production house is backing the films Vijay Devarakonda- Parusram’s project. And now, along with that, he has also bought 3 film’s Nizam rights. This also includes Mahesh Babu’s Guntur Kaaram which is undoubtedly the biggest attraction of Sankranthi 2024.

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This arrangement is putting massive pressure on him since he has to satisfy other movies and give them a good platform as well. He needs to ensure big names associated with these other films are allotted huge theatres and he needs to balance the same for his own film too. Normally in these scenarios, Dil Raju is the one who convinces the makers to replan the release date and put less competition. But here, there’s no choice and we need to see how he will handle this situation

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