Making a periodical / mythological / historical film, which is hitherto not seen by the audiences, is easy and the audiences would take it straight as the story is moulded on the celluloid for the first time. Unless the people, who watched are thorough on the story and history, they will take the story for granted. This is proved right in case of Annamayya and Sriramadasu and they became blockbusters. Though Sri Manjunatha was also brought out by the same team, it somehow failed at Box Office to certain extent. However, while bringing out a story, which is already seen by the audiences and stood as an all-time classic, the entire unit should be very cautious because people would start comparing each scene. JK Bharavi, instead of bringing out the film, on the same lines made lot of changes in the subject. But for the last 25 minutes of the film, the remaining part is boring due to excessive show of romantic scenes.