Come what may this Sankranthi, it all seems to be set for an Agnyathavaasi storm. With such great platform set by the audio jukebox and the teaser of the movie, the official theatrical trailer of Agnyathavaasi has been released which has stamped an impressive entertainer mark on the movie.
Agnyathavaasi trailer, after much delay and unexpected postponements, released during the midnight of Saturday, and has shown some promising elements in the movie.
Pawan Kalyan explaining the method of making a chair for human's comfort in an effortless manner, more or less conveys the crux of the overall plot. Agnyathavaasi might run on the subtle line of 'mini war'concept.
As suggested by the title and the caption, the movie might be dissected into two segments. One, a swanky lifestyle of the Powerstar's real-self in his original location and the other, a low profiled being in Varanasi, for a cause.
Quite a few attention-grabbing elements could be expected in the flick. Pawan Kalyan hoping on a bicycle with Rao Ramesh and Murali Krishna emphasizing on the act specifically, the love triangle between Powerstar, Keethi Suresh and Anu Emannuel, the disappointed and hapless expressions of Boman Irani and Khushi Sundar, all infer to be a Gordian knot, which however, would be solved by the protagonist of the movie.
V Manikandan, the cinematographer of the movie would stand out, post release of the flick for his rich and colorful camera work. One shot with Pawan Kalyan twirling the axe in a dark-shaded backdrop shows the quality of the man behind the lens.
Post 18 hours of its release, the trailer has garnered over 257k Likes with a staggering 4.7 Million views. A record once again set by the Gabbar Singh actor and his fans. This once again stands as a testimonial to Pawan Kalyan's famous dialogue, "I am not a trend follower, but instead a trend setter."
The record spree doesn't seem to be ending just here. With less than just 2 days to go for the release of the flick and all shows almost getting sold like hot pancakes, expect some serious dent at the box office.