Due to the impact of the ban on currency, many high-budget films are postponed and Chiru Khaidi and Ram Charan Dhruva comes in the same way. Initially the film of Megastar Khaidi No 150 is scheduled to be released for Sankranthi and Dhruva in which Ram Charan Tej acted as a lead is said to be released on 2 December 2016.
But the two films are production enterprises of the same family, the problem raised. According to sources, the two films seek to change their release dates. Dhruva plans to be released for Pongal and Khaidi No 150 for the summer. Until now their is not an official conformation not announced by the decision makers. Not only on these movies, our Prime Minister Modi move showed the impact on the entire film industry regardless of the states.
Many films are postponed because of currency problems. Many people in the industry have unaccounted money and this allows them to hold films in the post-production phase. Films for which release dates are already given have also been postponed as theaters say they have very little occupancy.
There are big budget movies whose activity is already closed because they have sold the rights already, but the distributors are not able to pay the balance of the money. As a result, they postpone the films until the situation improves. In addition, some Tamil and Hindi films have been postponed due to this ban on currency and recently, income tax raids occurred in the Baahubali producer's office.
Similarly, the IT department is very busy with raids on close-ups. So if the problems continued this way, we have to wait long to watch a good movie and even Baahubali 2 can even postpone his release date. However, change in a country is more important than entertainment like movies. Until the situation supports for big budget movies, people can enjoy low budget movies as they were no less than great movies.