Going by the latest report, Ilayathalapathy Vijay's upcoming movie Theri may have a massive release, with the worldwide screen count exceeding the 2000 mark.
Likely to hit more than 2000 theatres on April 14th, the Atlee directed entertainer will also have a simultaneous release in Telugu as Policeodu.
Reportedly, Theri might not only enjoy a solo release in its home state Tamil Nadu, but also in its neighbouring state Kerala.
Thanks to Vijay's incredible popularity in God's own country, many Malayalam films are likely to be pushed to a later date, that were earlier scheduled to release on April 14th.
Even megastar Mammootty's White has been postponed, owing to Theri's extensive release in Kerala. As reported earlier, the Kerala theatrical rights of the film has been bagged by Friday Film House for a record price of 5.6 Crore rupees.
'Dil' Raju, the distributor in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, will look to release the Vijay-Samantha-Amy starrer in maximum number of screens, according to a report.
Also, the fact that no straight Telugu movie is scheduled to hit the big screen on April 14th, makes life easier for the Telugu version of Theri. The audio launch of Policeodu is all set to take place on April 6th.
In Karnataka, Goldie Films will be releasing the movie. Since Karnataka has a reliable market for all big Tamil releases, Theri too, is expected to do well there.
Yet again, the action entertainer will enjoy a near solo release as no major Kannada movie has been planned for an April 14th release.
In Tamil Nadu too, many theatres are reportedly planning to allot maximum number of screens to Theri.
Cine Galaxy, which will be releasing Theri in the United States of America, might organize a premiere show on April 13th, in order to cash in on the excitement.