Many small and medium budget films are lining up to make the most of holiday period as Dhruva officially moved out of Dasara race.
With two public holidays besides the Dasara vacation in the week, no big film can ask for better date than October 7. Dhruva has surely missed out cashing on it.
This is because of the poor planning of Ram Charan. He has decided to remake Thani Oruvan in Telugu even before his last film Bruce Lee was completed. However Ram Charan wasted a lot of time without joining the shoot which is the reason for Dhruva to miss out on Dasara release.
Ram Charan did the same for his previous films too. But Govindudu Andarivadele and Bruce Lee somehow made it on time.
Surender is a director who likes to take his time. He cannot compromise upon the quality of the product to meet the deadlines. So Ram Charan is left with no choice but to postpone Dhruva.
Now the makers are unable to find a right date for releasing this biggie. November and December are usually not preferable for big films.
With Chiranjeevi's Khaidi No. 150 locked for Sankranthi release, Dhruva should risk it by releasing in December. Even if Dhruva turns out to be successful, it will surely miss out on the festive release advantage.