Soon after the release of Ajith Kumar's Arrambam, it was rumoured that Tollywood filmmaker Dr Srinubabu G had bought the dubbing rights of the Tamil movie for a whopping price of Rs 6 crores and would plan to release the film in Telugu as Aata Arambham soon. The latest buzz in the T-Town is that the producer, who has earlier produced Priyamani's Chandi, has now finalised a release date for it.
Reports suggest that Srinubabu G has already kick-started the dubbing process of the movie, which is currently going at a brisk pace. The producer is making efforts to get all works done by the end of this month and take Aata Arambham before the Regional Censor Board in the first week of December. He wants to release the movie in a large number of screens on December 6 as there are no big releases in Tollywood in this week.
Released in theatres on October 31, Arrambam has received an overwhelming response at the Box Office. The Ajith, Arya, Rana, Nayantara and Tapsee starrer has set several new collection records in Tamil cinema. This action entertainer has all commercial ingredients to impress the Telugu audience too. The producer of Aata Arambham believes that its Telugu version will repeat the magic of the original at the AP Box Office.