A scramble for discharging low and medium-spending Tamil movies is being seen with upwards of 11 films getting arranged to hit the screens today (22nd September).
Low and medium-spending films have been confronting the perpetual issues of getting their preferred auditoriums to discharge their movies. They generally focus on seven days in front of ‘huge Fridays’ (Deepavali, Pongal, Tamil New Year and Ayudha Pooja) to discharge their movies with the goal that they get enough theatres of their inclination.
Theru Naaigal, Kaa, Bayamaa Irukku, Naan Aanaiyittal (dubbed version of Telugu film Nene Raju Nene Mantri, the Rana Daggubati and Kajal Aggarwal starrer), Aayirathil Iruvar, Konjam, Pichuva Kaththi, Kalavu Thozhirchalai, ‘Coffee With Anu’ popularity Anu-Nassar starrer Valla Desam, Neri and Oviya’s dubbed film Polie Rajjiyam are the eleven movies which are hitting the screens today.
Recently, little and medium spending films (illustration: Vidharth-starrer Kurangu Bommai) are doing sensibly well at theaters when contrasted with huge spending films featuring forefront saints. As the ‘hazard factor’ is less in these movies, theater-proprietors and wholesalers are additionally advancing the arrival of such movies, which has brought about such a significant number of number of movies discharging on a solitary day.