Bichagadu completes 100 days
C Srinivasa Rao who acquired the Telugu rights of the film with an investment of Rs 50 lakh, claims that so far the film has grossed over Rs 30 crore.
Vijay Antony starrer "Bichagadu", the Telugu dubbed version of tamil hit "Pichaikkaran", has completed its 100 day run at cinemas in AP -TS.
Chadalavada Srinivasa Rao who acquired the Telugu rights of the film with an investment of Rs 50 lakh, claims that so far the film has grossed over Rs 30 crore.
It's an rare achievement for a film managing to run in theatre for two weeks non-stop, with so many releases competing for screens each week. The fact that 'Bichagadu' successfully completed 100 days in cinemas shows that audiences irrespective of the language always support good content films.
Recent marathi film 'Sairat', which was released in april was well received outside Maharashtra and still maintains to be talk among the movie lovers.
The plot of a millionare (Vijay Antony), who took a vow to become a beggar for 48 days, to save his ailing mother and the trials and tribulations he underwent was lapped up by Telugu viewers in a big way.
Surely, Bichagadu broke few myths that you don’t need a superstar to spin box office magic. It is enough for a film have a good content to strike a chord with viewers to succeed.