Hyderabad: There is a buzz going around Rana Daggubati's new movie Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (KVJ) outnumber Aamir Khan's Talaash in the screens of South India. Both these movies release worldwide on November 30. Rana's film is expected to play in more number of screens on November 30 in the region of AP, and equals Talaash in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It is set to clash with the latter at the Box Office.
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is an action adventure film directed by successful director Krish, expected to release in 1000 screens worldwide in which Rana plays the role as B Tech Babu and a reluctant theater actor. The movie is set in the background of the Surabhi theater play and Bellary which is known for its mining.
Talaash is a "psychological thriller produced by Aamir Khan, Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani and is directed by Reema Kagti, this is Aamir's first release after 3 Idiots. Talaash is a story about a police inspector Suri (Aamir Khan) trying to solve a high-profile murder mystery of an actor, who was killed in an accident. The film appears to be set in Mumbai.
Owing to strong buzz the pre-bookings for Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum and Talaash have opened well in many theaters across the country according to theater owners. The Rana-Nayan starrer is one of the most awaited films in South of India and the advance booking will be big. Aamir and Rana are known for their innovative and extensive promotions and unique strategy to spread word about their films. It's going to be a cracker time for Rana and Aamir's fans this weekend.