This summer is going to be full of festivals for cinema lovers. A new film will be released for at least every two weeks. The cinema festival begins with Pawan Kalyan's 'Sardaar Gabbar Singh', followed by Allu Arjun's 'Sarainodu', Nithin's 'A.Aa..' (Anasuya Ramalingam vs Anand Vihari) and ends with Mahesh Babu's 'Brahmotsavam'.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh, the much awaited movie of the summer is getting ready to create box office tsunami from April 8th. The film directed by Bobby is expected to have many entertaining and massy elements for fans.
Allu Arjun's Sarainodu is the next film to release after Sardaar. The Boyapati Sreenu directing movie will see lights on April 22nd. The film's release was initially planned for 8th, but with Sardaar arrival it has been pushed to 22nd. Like Sardaar, Sarainodu is also doing exceptional pre release business in class as well as mass centers.
There is some interest among movie buffs over young hero Nithin's A.Aa too because of the atypical title, and also due to Trivikram Srinivas and Samantha factors. This movie has also joined the summer race. The makers are planning to release the family entertainer on May 6th.
Last but not the least; summer festival ends with Mahesh Babu's Brahmotsavam. After delivering massive hit with Srimanthudu, Mahesh Babu is coming up a class, soft and family entertainer Brahmotsavam. Although the film directed by Srikanth Addala is largely targeted at family and class audience, it is equally doing great business in mass centers. Interim, Brahmotsavam is likely to release on May 12th, 6 days after A.Aa arrival.
With the minimum gap, all the films are expected to do strong business at the box office. But, it will be interesting to see how tough fight will 'A.Aa' give to the biggies. Will it sustain or be sandwiched between them?