Geetha Arts, which had troubles over Badrinath release in
Karnataka, has resolved the issues with the distributor of the
film, thus paving way for the movie release in the Kannada speaking
A few days ago Ramu, who had acquired Badrinath's
theatrical rights of Karnataka, approached the court after Geetha
Arts decided to release the movie on its own. It is said that the
makers of the film demanded more money considering the hype
surrounding the film, but the Sandalwood producer refused to pay
the revised amount. As a result, the production house geared up to
release on its own, claims a report.
Irked by the development, Ramu approached the court with valid
documents and brought the stay order for the movie release, which
made Geetha Arts to settle down the issues with the
Badrinath directed by VV Vinayak features Allu Arjun
and Tamanna Bhatia in the leads. The movie is simultaneously
releasing in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam.