This Friday is surely a rare and important one for Telugu box office as two dubbing films are coming out this weekend with almost no major competition from Telugu films. After their share of debacles, Both Ganga and Uttama Villain are gearing up to hit screens tomorrow, aiming to encash long weekend.
While Ganga has already garnered huge craze because of its blockbuster talk in Tamilnadu, it is expected to do wonders in B,C Centers. Raghava Lawrence and Bellamkonda Suresh were confident about its success since its a proven formula. However, we have to see how far it works with Telugu audience.
On the other side, Kamal Haasan's Uttama Villain has been the main attraction for Multiplex audience as its posters and trailers showcasing a different film. This time the legend has been focusing quite a lot on the Telugu land and we have to see how far the audience receives the film.
Apparently, Both the films have its run-time as a major concern. Ganga reportedly have a run time of 168 minutes while Uttama Villain said to have 177 mins, which is highly uncommon. The films must surely present a racy screenplay and a promising story to pull off that run time. Mean while check the reasons why you should not give a miss for this Friday releases.
Kamal Haasan Dubbing
After so many years later, Kamal haasan has dubbed his own voice for Uttama Villain. Usually SPB or Mano would do the task for Kamal in Telugu.
Suspense around the Story
Though nobody has a clue what Uttama Villian is going to be, its title suggests that the film is about the feelings of a superstar, his journey and emotions. It shows that there could be a good man in a villain and vice versa too.
Songs And The Narrative
All songs in the film were sung by Kamal Haasan himself and he took great effort to learn the Telugu lyrics and sing in Telugu. The songs were said to be part of film's narrative style. Isn't that so interesting?
Balachander and K Vishwanath
Uttama Villain is said to be a tribute to K Balachander, by his disciple, Kamal Haasan and it is the last film that he has acted. Also, his other mentor, K Vishwanath has acted in the film.
Most importantly, the film was written by Kamal Haasan himself. He said he was so excited while writing the script and has been displaying the same kind of child-like enthusiasm during the promotions. Don't you think you should know the reason behind that joy,by watching Uttama Villian?
Raghava Lawrence's 6 Different Roles
Raghava Lawrence will be seen in 6 different roles in Ganga, including the role of a small girl according to sources.
Taapsee will be seen opposite Raghava Lawrence for the first time. Her efforts in the film has already been talked about. Pooja Ramachandran will be seen in an important role and Mainly, Nithya will be seen in a cameo role.
Rajini and Shankar
Other than appreciating Raghava Lawrence for his efforts in Ganga just by looking at the posters, Superstar Rajinikanth and Shankar have watched the film and was all praises for the film. Don't you think you must watch the film after knowing this?
Nithya Menen Character In Ganga
According to the sources, Nithya Menen will be seen as a handicapped girl and she is portraying a ghost role.
Music And BGM
Ganga has not one, not two but four different music composers. After Anirudh backed out of the project citing his busy schedule, Lawrence roped in Sathya, Thaman, Ashwamithra and the debutante Leon James to take care of the music.