To On June 16, Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan will perform Adipurush for the audience. Despite the criticism on the poor visual effects and unimpressive second trailer, there is a lot of excitement for the Om Raut movie. The Hindi and Telugu belt is where the movie hopes to make the most money. Prabhas is a leading figure in Tollywood, and his films are in high demand. According to certain trade websites, the Telugu version is in difficulty because the main distributors do not want to purchase the movie at expensive prices.
It appears that People Media Factory (PMF) paid a staggering Rs 170 crores for the wholesale Telugu rights to the film. According to allegations that surfaced a few days ago, renowned Telugu producer-distributor Dil Raju decided against purchasing distribution rights because PMF demanded a hefty sum for the Nizam and Uttarandhra territories.
According to Track Tollywood, People Media Factory is unable to recoup Rs 50 crores since major distributors are reluctant to purchase the movie. They claimed that the company’s request for a sizable payment did not appear to be doable. PMF is having issues because they have not yet received back 50 crores of the 170 crores they spent on the film.
However, it is astounding that Prabhas’ movie doesn’t have distributors. India is home to a sizable fan base for the rebel star. His largest market is Telugu. The movie is anticipated to have a phenomenal opening in the North. The first weekend alone will bring in more than Rs 100 crores, according to experts.