Kicha Sudeep and Ragini Dwivedi starrer Kannada movie Kempe Gowda has got a grand opening in all theatres across the state. The film, which was released in 150 centres on 10th March, has been earning well in almost all the cinema halls. According to trade analysts, the collection of the movie is expected to cross Rs. five crores at the Box Office in the first week of its release.
Kempe Gowda is remake of Surya's hit Tamil film Singam. The movie is all about a cop taking on a Bangalore don named Aarumaugam. It has got rave reviews from almost all the film critics. Especially, hero Sudeep and villain Ravi Shankar's energetic performance and dialogue deliveries have been well appreciated by reviewers. Arjun's music and Different Danny's stunts have also been the highlights of the film. Good acting and sound technical values are now driving the audience towards the cinema halls.
The film Kempe Gowda was released in nearly 45 theatres in Bangalore alone and it has got very good response. Trade analysts calculations say that the movie would do more than Rs. two crores business only in Bangalore. It has also been well received in Tumkur, Mandya, Mysore, Davanagere and several parts of North Karnataka. Since Sudeep has huge crowd of fans in these areas, the movie is sure to garner more than Rs. three crores in these parts, say Gandhi Nagar experts.
However, Gandhi Nagar experts had earlier opined that Kempe Gowda would be able to make it big at the Box Office. The reason behind this was the final exams, whcih forces youths to go busy with studies. More than this, World Cup 2011 is going on and most of movie buffs will be watching these matches. But producer Shankare Gowda is now very happy because the movie is successful in running houseful by bring the professionals to the cinema halls.