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'Chirutha' creates a new wave in collections

Wednesday, October 3, 2007 • Telugu Comments
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Introducing Ram Charan, son of Padma Bhushan, Mega Star, Dr Chiranjeevi, as hero, 'Chiruta' directed by versatile director Puri Jagannath and produced by Mega Producer Aswanidutt on the banner of Vyjayanti Movies, was released on September 28.

The film was a big hit and is creating new waves at the Box Office. People in general and the fans of Mega Brothers in particular, promoted Ram Charan as the Mega Power Star and made the film a big hit.

When it comes to collections, the film had collected Rs 5 crores in Nizam Area during the first week. It had collected Rs 2.90 crores in Ceded, Rs 60 lakhs in Nellore, Rs 1.20 crores in Guntur, Rs 90 lakhs in West Godavari, Rs 1.10 crores in East Godavari and Rs 1.20 crore in North Andhra, Rs 3 crore including Chennai, Karnataka, Orissa and Overseas during the first week itself.

Such a range of collections for a debut hero is never before and never after. All India Super Star Rajanikanth, who watched 'Chirutha' in Chennai on October 2 says, 'Ram Charan played like an experienced artiste, who already played in 70 films and is acting in the 71st film. Such talented artiste like Ram Charan is a boon to the Telugu film industry. The Telugu film industry need not have another hero for the next 30 years.'

One can assume the power of the Mega Power Star, who got compliments not just from the audiences but for a big star like Rajanikanth.

The second film of Ram Charan is all set to go to sets during next month under the direction of SS Rajamouli and the film is being produced by Allu Aravind on the banner of Gita Arts.

So it is definitely a great going for Ram Charan. Congrats to Ram Charan on behalf of

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