Jr NTR has given a precious gift to his fans and audiences for Dasara with the release of his fim Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava. Fans have every reason to celebrate Dasara festival in a bigger way. Aravinda Sametha has set many non-baahubali records on its opening day but failed to beat his Tollywood best friend Ram Charan's record.
If you are new to this story and you haven't read anything about their bonding. Let me tell you Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Mahesh Babu are BFFs in T town and their films always create wonders at the box office irrespctive of the fact if it is a hit or flop. On top of that, Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Mahesh enjoys a unbelievable fan following in Telugu states and they are ruling the roost like those of their seniors NTR, Chiranjeevi and Krishna. They are being seen as successors to these big stars of yestertears. Let's us save this topic about thier bonding and family bonding for later.
Now back to NTR. The young tiger failed to break Ram Charan's Rangasthalam record. Though, Aravinda Sametha has crossed Rs 100 Cr gross within four days of its release. His faction film wasn't able to match Ram Charan's film in Hindi dubbing rights. It is learnt that Jr NTR's Aravinda Sametha Hindi dubbing rights have been sold for a whopping amount of Rs 18 Cr which falls short of Ram Charan's untitled film which is being helmed by Boyapati.
Latest reports reveal that the Hindi rights of Ram Charan-Boyapati's yet to be titled film was sold for a hefty price of Rs 22 Crores which remains to be highest for any Telugu film.
All the previous films of Jr NTR fetched huge amounts for Hindi dubbing rights but Aravinda Sametha failed to breach this mark. Trade analysts had predicted that NTR would surpass Ram Charan's record but it didn't happen due to Trivikram's last film Aganyathavaasi debcale, it is learned. Now, it remains to be seen if Mahesh Babu's forthcoming flim Maharshi will beat Ram Charan's record in terms of Hindi dubbing rights. Mahesh's Maharshi producer Dil Raju has quoted a price of Rs 25 Crores, it is learned. Dil Raju had literally decided not to negotiate the price as Mahesh plays the lead. It remains to be seen who will bag the rights of the film for this fancy price.
If Hindi distributors come forward to strike a deal for Maharshi, with Dil Raju for Rs 25 crores, then Mahesh Babu would easily break Ram Charan's record. Let's wait and watch what will be the fortune of Maharshi.