It's common for Sandalwood movie makers to face the tough competition from other language movies. But we can call this as an interesting co-incidence as the two Kannada movies are all set to face tough competition from one another. Friday March 7, Gandhinagara will be witnessing the clash of two Sandalwood Stars - Golden Star Ganesh and Handsome Hunk Chiranjeevi Sarja.
As Ganesh and Chiru's movies have been slated to hit the screens on March 7, it is considered to be a biggest clash in Bangalore Box Office after a long time. Ganesh starrer Dil Rangeela and Chiranjeevi Sarja starrer Chandralekha will be having a grand release across the state on the same day.
It is said that this incidence has become the nightmare for the distributors of Dil Rangeela and Chandralekha as the business of both the movies are likely to go down. Both Ganesh and Chiru have kept lot of hopes on these two movies. Chandralekha, which is touted to be a black comedy, is the remake of Telugu hit Prema Katha Chitram, whereas romantic movie Dil Rangeela is the original movie.
Compared to Chiru's Chandralekha, Ganesh starrer Dil Rangeela has acquired the maximum number of screens in Karnataka. Continue reading the story on slide show...
Chandralekha Release Was Announced Long Back
Talking about the clash of two big movies, Sridhar Reddy, producer of Chandralekha said, "We have announced the release of the movie one month before. Knowingly the makers of Dil Rangeela have slated the movie to release on March 7, so it is not our problem."
We Have Intended To Create Star War In Kannada
Sridhar also added that they have intended to create star war in Sandalwood by releasing two movie of Kannada stars.
25% Of The Collection Will Be Affected
Jayanna, distributor of Dil Rangeela said, "By releasing two star movies, 25% of the Box Office collection will be affected."
Chiru Is My Friend
However, Ganesh refused to talk about Star War. He said, "Chiru is a very good friend of mine. Ultimately, it is the audience, who will decide the movies faith. So we need not worry about this."