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The much awaited multi-starrer Chowka which released a few weeks ago, had a decent start at box-office. Due to good word of mouth, collections have been in an upward trend over the last few days.
The makers have decided to thank the audiences for making the film a grand success. They have decided to go on a success tour throughout Karnataka. This will also help the collections to be steady even in the week days.
Producer, Yogish Dwarkish, Director Tarun Sudhir, Actors Prajwal, Prem and Diganth will be part of this tour in which they are planning to visit 12 cities over 4 days. They intend to visit other cities over next few weeks.
The team covered Tumkur, Chitradurga and Davanagere on Feb 13 and Hospete, Bagalkote and Bijapura on Feb 14. The team will visit Belagavi, Dharwada and Hubbali today(Feb 15) and Shimoga, Hassan and Tiptur on Feb 16.
Apart from the above 12 major cities, team also will be visiting the smaller centers around these cities. Vijay Raghavendra is busy in the shooting of his next film, Leader, in Kashmir which is why he is not part of the promotional campaign.
After the first weekend, 20 minutes of the movie was trimmed from the original version, which has made the film even more better. The film will be released Pan India and overseas after a week or two.
As per the latest reports, makers are in talks with a leading production house of Tamil Film Industry for the remake rights. More details of the Tamil version will be out once the makers sign on the dotted line.