Nani's Shyam Singha Roy film was released in theatres on Friday and received positive reviews. While the movie is doing well in Telangana, it is having major problems in Andhra Pradesh due to cheap ticket pricing and theatre closure.
After unprecedented rides on movie theatres in the state of Andhra Pradesh, local officials have now seized many film halls for a variety of reasons. The distributors and producers have also suffered significant losses as a result of Nani's recent statements on the Andhra Pradesh ticket problem, which has sparked controversy.
Nani expressed his dissatisfaction with the low ticket costs, calling them an insult to the audience. The G.O. 35 was issued by the Jagan Mohan Reddy government to prevent exorbitant ticket prices. In an interview with a web portal, Nani stated that Tollywood actors are not united. "The matter would not have gone this far if the entire top league of actors had joined together when the troubles began with the release of 'Vakeel Saab,'" the actor stated.
Despite the issues, the picture, directed by Rahul Sankrityan of Taxiwaala fame, is doing extremely well at the box office. The film grossed Rs 4.17 crore on its first day of release and has already surpassed Rs 10 crore on Day 3 of its release.
Sai Pallavi, Krithi Shetty, and Madonna Sebastian star as the leading ladies in the film, which also stars Rahul Ravindran, Murali Sharma, and Abhinav Gomatam.