Twenty:20 is shrouded with controversy after the decision to release it in 70 A class theatres. B and C class owners have decided not to screen Twenty:20 in their theatres. Their demand is that Twenty:20 should release in B class theatres also. Mayabazar and Kurukshetra were released in B class theatres also. B and C class theatre owners group Exhibitors' Association has given a letter to Film Chamber pointing out the reasons for the move. The Chamber's Executive committee has called for a conference on October 29 to discuss the issue. There is also move from the government to solve the problem. It is heard that Cultural Minister M.A. Baby may intervene and would convene a meeting with the concerned within two days. Producer-actor Dilip said that the number of releasing centres will be fixed after the discussion between the government and the Film Chamber.
Between all this mayhem, the latest reports suggests that the film's release may again be delayed for a couple of days as the post-production work is not yet completed.