This might sound ironic but then the life of a filmmaker and a farmer are sometimes no different. Both put in their life and soul for months together and one act of nature can wreak havoc to their efforts. Yes, there are many times when rains and thunderstorms have dented the collections of the films and brought them down.
This is the same tension which is now gripping the team of Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya. Apparently, the film has got a good response and talk. But a cyclone named ‘Hudhud’is on its way ready to lash the coast of Visakhapatnam and surrounding areas. As a result, there would be no activity for the next three to four days.
A sizeable strength for the box office comes from cities like Vizag and other regions in Andhra but with Hudhud looking ferocious, things are not looking bright for DCR. For now, all they can do is sit and pray for their lucky stars so that this fury of nature subsides at the earliest and people can come to theatres.
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