While Dictator is all set to hit screens in the Pongal race, On 14 January, locking heads with NTR's Nannaku Prematho, Nagarjuna's Soggade Chinni Nayana and Sharwanand's Express Raja, Balakrishna is ahead of everyone, promoting his film aggressively in media.
Talking in one of the interviews, Balakrishna opined that piracy, which is often termed as a curse to the industry, cannot really affect his films. The actor expressed that his fans would not enjoy watching his films in a pirated print in a laptop or a mobile phone, since they would only prefer to enjoy his performance in a 70MM screen.
He said that he believes his fans would love to hoot and cheer for his dialogues and dances and hence will not watch his films in piracy CDs at home.
Balayya further added that it is his films like Simha and Legend, that flagged off the trend of hungama even in multiplexes. Though the fans frenzy behaviour is pretty common in single screens, Balakrishna thinks that his films had brought the euphoria to multiplexes too, where families and woman largely prefer to watch cinema.
Looks like Balakrishna studied his fans and trusts them quite a lot. Do you think Balakrishna's observations are true? Tell us in comments box below.