Aditi Rao Hydari’s upcoming Tamil flick ‘Kaatru Veliyidai’ is all set to hit screens on 7th April 2017. Directed by popular south Indian filmmaker Mani Ratnam, the celluloid will star actor Karthi in main role opposite Aditi. The romantic offering, which has been produced under the banner of ‘Madras Talkies’ is expected to gross box office collection in range of Rs 2 crore to Rs 6 crore.
The film’s music, which has been composed by illustrious musician, has already enthralled the fans of Aditi and Karthi with its amazing melody. Filmmakers released the songs of this movie few days back and gained massive response from the people, who are eagerly waiting for the film’s release. It seems to be quite tough for the cinema to make a good income on day 1 as more six other movies are set to release on the same day.
As Mani Ratnam has directed as well as produced this celluloid, audiences are expected to put his cinema on preference. The movie is expected to get an enormous response from the audiences in cinema halls. Exact count of the screens, on which the film will be released on the coming Friday, will soon be available for the perfervid fans of the hero and heroine of this film.
The multi-starrer flick will be released in Tamil language. The movie is expected witness a big number of footfalls in the multiplexes as well as theatres on the day of its release. Also the Telugu dubbed version of this cinema with title ‘Cheliyaa’ will hit screens on 7th April. The south Indian celluloid might gross a handsome amount of revenue with its screening in Telugu as well as Tamil speaking states.
Taapsee Pannu’s newly released Bollywood movie ‘Naam Shabana‘, which has also been dubbed in Tamil as well as Telugu language, will see an impact of this fresh release over it as its hold in the south Indian regions will get weakened due to the declination in the response from audiences. Both the cinemas are set to clash at box office on April 7. It will be quite interesting to see which film succeeds in divulging a huge number of movie-watchers.