Allu Arjun is yet again proving his crowd pulling capabilities with a film that opened to mixed reports.
DJ- Duvvada Jagannadham talk is ranging from poor to average, but that is not reflecting on its collections as the film had a fantastic day 2 at the box office.
Almost all of Allu Arjun’s recent releases opened with average reports but turned money spinners at the ticket window.
It is too early to talk about the commercial range of DJ as it still needs to recover a lot, but the opening day number is enough proof for Allu Arjun’s superstardom.
DJ opening day numbers are not close to recent Non-Bahubali big hits like Khaidi No. 150 or Janatha Garage, but they are way ahead of Ram Charan’s Dhruva day 1 collections.
Ram Charan has been lagging behind Allu Arjun for a while and with DJ the latter sets a huge benchmark for the former.
With Pawan Kalyan on the brink of early retirement from films, the question about the next leader from mega family arises and Allu Arjun surely is leading the pack as of now.
Ram Charan got some work to do to catch up with Allu Arjun let alone surpass him. He needs huge blockbusters and should be consistent at the box office for a while.
Bunny at the moment is playing it safe by picking commercially viable films and Charan on the other hand is in experiment mode.
Rangasthalam 1985 is the key for Ram Charan to win back the trust of fans. He cannot afford a disappointment at this juncture.