Superstar Rajinikanth's upcoming movie Kochadaiyaan is making a huge buzz even before its release. The makers, who are yet to finalise the release date of the film is likely to release the movie in the first week of May. The film, which is the directorial debut of Rajinikanth's daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin has not only kept the other Tamil movie makers in lurch, but it has also become the nightmare for other language filmmakers across India.
As Rajinikanth has a huge fan followers across the globe, none of the movie makers are ready to take risk by clashing their movies with Rajinikanth's much hyped movie Kochadaiyaan. However, it is not a different case in Sandalwood, which is facing the heat of other language movies since years. Accidentally, Kannada Superstar Abhinaya Chakravarthy Kiccha Sudeep, who has queued up the release of his directorial venture Maanikya in last week of April or first week of May, is likely to face the heat of Kochadaiyaan in Bangalore.
Sources from Gandhinagara has said that as Kochadaiyaan is Rajinikanth's much anticipated movie, and the superstar will be seen on screen after four years, there is a huge demand for the film in Bangalore, which is considered to be the second biggest market for Tamil movies after Chennai. Continue reading the story on slide show...
Biggest Clash At Bangalore Box Office
If Kochadaiyaan and Maanikya will release together, then it will be as biggest clash at Bangalore Box Office with the Superstars of Tamil and Kannada.
Maanikya To Face The Heat Of Kochadaiyaan
If Kochadaiyaan gets released as scheduled, then Sudeep's Maanikya will face the heat of the multilingual movie in its home town.
Maanikya Might Face The Theatre Problem
As Kochadaiyaan acquires many number of Multiplex screens in Bangalore city alone, Maanikya will be running out of screens.
Maanikya Might Not Reach Family Audience
As Maanikya is likely to face the shortage of multiplex screens, it might be a biggest drawback for the film to reach the family audience.
Maanikya, The Remake Of Mirchi
Sources also added that as Maanikya is the remake of Telugu hit Mirchi, it is the biggest drawback for the movie to woo the audience towards theatre.
As Rajinikanth has the huge fan followers in Bangalore too, Kochadaiyaan is all set to get grand opening in the city, where Rajini is basically from.