Pawan Kalyan's last release Gabbar Singh has become a blockbuster success. Harish Shankar directed film has smashed all old records and set its own new bench mark. It has become the all time highest grosser movie in Telugu. Now, Pawan's next outing Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu, which has been directed by Puri Jagannath, is slated to release worldwide on a grand scale on October 18. The question in everyone's mind is that will it beat Gabbar Singh records?
Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu has been in news ever since director Puri Jagannath announced it. The film unit has pumped a lot of money and hard work into the movie. The makers say that the movie has a beautiful story, which has been kept under wraps to maintain the curiosity. But from its trailer, one can make out that the story revolves around the life of a mechanic, who takes up camera to raise his voice against injustice of a political leader.
Director Puri Jagannath, who has already given a few blockbusters, has done a lot of hard work for the movie Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu. He has managed to include all commercial elements like action, comedy, love story, beautiful music, dance and punch dialogues. Its promos have already given a hint at all these mass masala events, which have raised high expectations about the film.
There is no need for the introduction of Pawan Kalyan's power and craze among fans. Besides this, huge success of Gabbar Singh has added more to its curiosity and expectations among the viewers. Adding to this is Puri Jagannath's success rate, which is coming in as a combo package with Pawanism.
Milky beauty and Lucky Charm Tamanna is another main attraction of the film Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu. She is all set to mesmerise the audiences with her glamour and dance performance. Prakash Raj is playing villain in the movie, which stars Brahmanandam, Ali and Kota Srinivasa Rao in comedy slot. The film has all the qualities like hype, promotion and sound production values with popular star cast.
However, the advance ticket booking for the film Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu was opened a couple of days ago and all the tickets were sold out hours after its opening. This shows that Pawanism is once again at its peak. Trade experts feel that the Power star's latest movie will surely beat Gabbar Singh records.