Bava has got clean chit (Unrestricted Public Exhibition throughout India) from the Censor Board. It is a romantic comedy film, which is set at a village backdrop. The movie has already attracted family audience with its trailers and promos.
On the other hand, Rakta Charitra has received 'A' certificate (Public Exhibition Restricted to Adults above 18 years only). This movie has been termed as 'mother of violence'. But it has got good opening throughout Andhra Pradesh and has already become popular among the masses.
Trade analysts anticipate that the two movies are of different genres. So it won't affect to large extent. But they have given thumbs-up for Bava as the movie targets family audience. They strongly feel that Rakta Charitra will slow down because the movie's prime target is the mass audience.
Nonetheless, Bava will have to face Junior NTR's Brindavanam as the movie is roaring at box-office. All that Telugu audience hope is that these movies won't eat each others' business.
Siddharth's much-awaited movie Bava is hitting the screens tomorrow. The movie has generated a huge-hype in Telugu film industry. But it is facing the tough battle from recently released Rakta Charitra as Ram Gopal Varma's movie is doing good at the box-office.