Charan, With A Heart Of Gold Compensates VVR Makers For Losses

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When Mega Powerstar Ram Charan's Rangasthalam released last year, the audience couldn’t stop going gaga over it. Thanks to the gripping screenplay and mind-blowing performance of Charan, people couldn’t stop raving about the film. The talk surrounding the film continues to this day.

Now, Charan's latest offering Vinaya Vidheya Rama too has become a hot topic of discussion among cinebuffs. This time, people are talking about the film for all the wrong reasons. Sadly, Ram Charan who is known to be the king of box office has given a big flop after blockbuster hit like Rangasthalam at the box office.

On its opening day, VVR earned approximately Rs 25 Crores. Thanks to the advance booking and fast selling of tickets amid huge expectations. According to sources, the movie has seen a massive dip in its collections due to bad reviews. Audiences have shown their thumbs down to the movie. Ongoing reports suggest that Vinaya Vidheya Rama is still running in few theatres.

Meanwhile, other two new releases Venkatesh's F2 and Mr Majnu are at loggerheads battling to outshine each other. Truth be told, despite facing huge competition from F2, Mr Majnu, Vinaya Vidheya Rama are managing to fetch few bucks to minimise loss for its producers. A source in the know has spilled the beans that Ram Charan has decided to compensate the losses of the moviemakers. Take a look at this tweet:

Talking about the latest collections of Vinaya Vidheya Rama, the movie is reported to have earned around Rs 1.5 crores on its twenth day at the box office. Official figures are yet to be known. In the meantime take a look at the tweets about Vinaya Vidheya Rama collections which are making the rounds on Twitter:

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