Tollywood Becomes Expensive After Lockdown

The post lockdown season in Tollywood seems to have become more expensive. The producers are quoting very high prices to the distributors.

Koratala Shiva- Chiranjeevi-Ram Charan's film was quoted at Rs 40 Cr only for Naizam. The rates for Andhra are not yet fixed but there is a talk that it will be anywhere between Rs 50 to Rs 60 Cr. Buyers were fixed long ago.

Pawan Kalyan's 'Vakeel Saab' was quoted at Rs 40 Cr by Dil Raju only for Andhra region. Similarly Bunny-Sukumar's "Pushpa" is tentatively going at Rs 45 Cr ratio for Andhra. 

Already Balayya-Boyapati film was closed at Rs 35 C ratio for Andhra which is a record in the career of Balayya. 

Naga Chaitanya- Sai pallavi-Sekhar Kammula's "Love Story" is being quoted at Rs 15 Cr ratio only for Andhra region. Nag Ashwin's production "Jathiratnalu" is being quoted at Rs 8 Cr ratio in Andhra. 

The trade circles are saying that the people have started coming to the theatres happily and even making average films hit and so the distribution prices have hiked. 

Rang De was given at Rs 10 Cr ratio for Andhra. Ayyappayum Kozhiyum coming on the same banner is being quoted at a range of Rs 40 Cr - 45 Cr.

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