Filmy News: Bollywood has ruled the North Indian territory for decades. But due to the Corona epidemic season, there is no product from Bollywood to provide content to single screens in Bollywood and C centers.
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Theater owners have decided to screen dubbed films from South India in their theaters. There is a huge demand for such movies and TRPs on TV and YouTube are very high compared to most original Bollywood direct movies. So, they want to see the same reflection in theaters as well.
Telugu stars like Allu Ajun, NTR, Ram Charan, almost 70% single screens in Delhi, Bihar, UP, MP, Maharastra, Chatisgard welcome this new strategy.
Recently Allu Arjun starrer “Solider” (dubbed version of My Peru Surya) has doubled the “Solider” collections in many North Indian cities over Bollywood’s new film “Suraj Pe Mangal“.
Along with old Telugu films, Ravi Teja’s upcoming film “Crack” is all set to release in North Indian Belt.
North Indian audiences are bored to see ordinary local films and play South Indian stuff, ”said Dilip, an exhibitor from Patna.
All in all, Telugu movies have now saved North Indian cinema theaters. Yes, the miracles that the pandemic shows are similar.