Golden Star Ganesh, who had a release almost an year ago, is gearing up to have back-to-back releases. If everything goes well, the actor's much delayed project, Style King will hit screens on 6 May, flagging off the marathon.
His other project, Zoom is aiming for a release on 20 May and it automatically clears the way for Pataki and Mungaru Male 2, which are currently in the post-production stage. Though it is a good sign for the actor to have multiple releases in a year, a clash between his own films is now worrying his producers.
Talking about locking horns with Style King, the director and producer of Zoom, Prashanth Raj said that, a box-office war has become inevitable. "I have been holding on to my film for long and I can't wait anymore. I have given enough time for the makers of Style King, which was not made use of. Now, I have decided to release the film on May 20," he was quoted saying, by a leading daily.
"If it was in my control, I would have organised it better. I am an actor and can't decide on the release date. There is nothing to be upset about as both are my films. If Style King does well it is obvious that other films will get a push. But it is the prerogative of the producers, how they want to release the films."
"Now that the release dates are set for Style King and Zoom, everything will be sorted out," said Ganesh, who is currently working on Gandu Endare Gandu, his fifth project, which is being readied for the release. On the other hand, the actor is also busy hosting Super Minute, on the small screen.