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'Goli Soda' Celebrates Huge Success

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, February 11, 2014]
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The norm these days is that just after the release of a film, in many cases when it has not even attained break even, film makers make heads turn their way by holding a success meet for the film. But Vijay Milton plays fair, and with his picture perfect story, he does not have to hide behind any other claim. There's practically no questioning the success that 'Goli Soda' has made - it is one among the league of rear movies which everybody likes. Sure enough, the film with very minimal advertisement, unique promotional trailer and a humble star cast has made a healthy 8 crore profit in the second week since release and continues to draw eager crowd in its third week too. Vijay Milton convened for a success meet for everyone from the film to meet and spoke from his heart in recognition of the helpful friend director Pandiraj, citing him as a key reason to this phenomenal success. "I narrated the story to Pandiraj" said Milton, "and he was supportive from day one. He had continually given me opinions and suggestions for improvisation, while also leaving my creativity take its own shape. Credit goes to Pandiraj for the simple yet powerful lines he has penned down, well suited for the kids who played heroes without suffocating heroism.

Goli soda success meet

Pandiraj has been there for me all the time throughout the movie and even helped with the finances at times." Pandiraj on the other hand said "It was a pleasure working with my friend and highly creative director Vijay Milton. From the days of 'Pasanga', I know the hardships involved in taking a healthy story to the audience, as I myself had to cross many hurdles before being able to convince the crew to work on a potential blockbuster. I found Milton's story highly convincing and decided to offer him support in any respect needed. We're all glad that the film has received thunderous response from all sections of the society and audience of all interest." Pandiraj further threw light on why make movies like 'Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga' and 'Idhu Namma Aalu' types, pointing out that that's the sort of story that the audience look forward to in general. But the trend seems to have shifted steadily to recognising real creativity and talent, fat from rigmarole.




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