Deepavali and Pongal are normally the ‘enormous’ D-Days to the extent the Tamil film industry is concerned. Notwithstanding, the circumstance has experienced an uncommon change in this year as just four movies have been arranged to discharge in theaters next Wednesday on Deepavali.
Vijay’s Atlee Kumar-directed Mersal, Nayantara’s Arram, Sarathkumar’s Chennaiyil Oru Naal 2 and Sasikumar’s Kodiveeran have been arranged to compete for film industry respects on Deepavali. In any case, with only under four days to go for Deepavali, it remains very dicey whether these movies would discharge in theaters as arranged.
The hesitance by theaters to drop online reservation charge and to timid far from gathering stopping expense, as stipulated by the Producers’ Council, has been playing spoilsport in new movies discharging in theaters for as far back as two weeks. Likewise joining the Deepavali race is the movie Meyaadha Maan which stars TV performing artist lady Priya Bhawanishankar and Vaibhav ahead of the pack and delivered by director Karthik Subbaraj.
It stays to be seen whether theaters would consent to execute the new cost of tickets as prescribed by the State as they outfit to discharge new movies in the wake of avoiding discharging them requesting the rollback of excitement impose by the State Govt. A reasonable picture on the quantity of movies discharging on Deepavali may develop by tonight, it is accepted.