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« on: July 25, 2012, 12:19:44 PM »
Telugu Films have crossed the National boundaries faring extra ordinary at Box Office in overseas markets. However, here is a special request from one of our regular readers in Maharashtra explaining about the pity situation of Telugu Mega Fans in chandrapur district where Telugu films aren’t releasing these days. Though, commercials behind is unknown but the reader has provided enough clues on how movies all the way from ‘Gudumba Shankar’ till ‘Magadheera’ performed at Maharashtra BO.

‘After ‘Magadheera,’ there are no releases of Telugu films in chandrapur district. Chiranjeevi, Ramcharan, Pawan Kalyan have special craze and other heroes too possessed good market here. Our request to Telugu cinema Producers is to plan their new  releases in chandrapur district, Pune and some more areas of Mumbai too. We are crying here to enjoy Telugu movies on big screen. Please entertain us,’ writes Sai Charan Devarakonda from chandrapur district.

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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2012, 07:55:06 PM »

nice

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« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2012, 08:28:14 PM »
if there is so much demand, y dont they release it...  :017:

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« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2012, 11:00:40 PM »

demand bane undi.... nenu kuda chusa social networking sites lo.... chala mandi northees we want more movies from Magadheera Ram charan....

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« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2012, 10:20:32 PM »
manammega films ithe bane release avuthayi

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« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2012, 05:52:06 PM »
After Zanjeer north lo demand inka peruguthundi

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« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2012, 06:05:26 PM »
if u observer comments on Magadheera video clippings(youtube) - every north indian apreciates Ram Charan acting, Charan&kajal chemisrty.

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« Reply #7 on: July 28, 2012, 10:27:29 PM »
correctly said madhu

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« Reply #8 on: July 28, 2012, 11:21:50 PM »
if u observer comments on Magadheera video clippings(youtube) - every north indian apreciates Ram Charan acting, Charan&kajal chemisrty.



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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2012, 07:59:32 AM »
nee sense of nature is super pawanist

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« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2012, 10:22:39 AM »
nee sense of nature is super pawanist


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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2012, 12:56:07 PM »
As far as I know by bookmyshow, Telugu movies are released on schedule in cities like Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur of the state Maharashtra. Chandrapur is at a distance of 3 hours from Nagpur by train. Nagpur has four multiplexes, 2 of Inox (1 has 3 screens and the other has 4 screens) and 1 each of Cinemax (,3 screens) and Big Cinemas (2 screens) .
                         The Telugu movies are mainly exhibited in the Inox having 4 screens n sometimes the other Inox. Cinemax has till date exhibited only one Telugu movie which is Mahesh Khaleja which was also the beginning of the era of screening Telugu movies as it is Nagpur without much delay. Mahesh Khaleja was released on Thursday in Andhra whereas it was released a day later in Nagpur i.e;  Friday as the movies are mostly released on Fridays in India hence,  eventhough they are released a day before in Andhra, they are screened here since Friday, few exceptions have been Fast Five, Sherlock Holmes -2, Agneepath (fast five had a Thursday night preview at Inox, Sherlock Holmes-2 was updated on Thursday at Cinemax, Agneepath was released on 26th January, which wasn't a Friday this year). 
               Khaleja was the first and perhaps the last movie till date which had wide release in Nagpur, (3 out of 4 multiplexes showed it for a week and it is till date the first n last Telugu movie to be screened by Cinemax) . Mostly movies are screened with a single show for a day for the week. Few exceptions are
1. Mahesh Khaleja, daily 2 shows for a week at either one or both Inoxes.

2. Orange, daily 2 shows for a week at either one or both multiplexes.

3. Mr. Perfect, daily two shows for a week at either one or both the multiplexes.

4. Dookudu, another show added only for Sunday at Inox with 4 screens,  otherwise daily one show at both Inoxes.

5. Racha, was released Friday here with one show and from  Saturday, it was made daily t shows at Inox Jaswant Tuli (d 1 with 4 screens) .

6. Buisnessman, a record two weeks of daily two shows at either one or both the Inoxes.

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« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2012, 01:33:01 PM »
Movies Released till date in Nagpur

Pawan - 3maar, Panjaa n GS.

Mahesh - Khaleja, Dookudu n
                  Buisnessman.

Ravi Teja -Nippu, Veera n Daruvu.

NTR- Shakthi, Brindavanam,
          Ooservalli n Dammu.

RCT- Orange n Raccha.

Sunil - KSDAR n Poola Rangadu.

Bala Krishna - Shri Rama Rajyam,
                         AN n maybe PVC.

Gopichand - Wanted n maybe
                        Mogudu.

Venkatesh - Naagavalli n maybe
                       Bodyguard.

Nagarjuna - Ragada n Gaganam.

Naga Chaitanya - 100% love n
                                 Dhada.

Sidharth - Oh My Friend.

Allu Arjun -  Badrinath.

Rana - maybe Naa Ishtam.

Prabhas - Mr. Perfect.

Other movies - Eega, Journey n
                             David Billa.

Tamil movies released in. Nagpur

7th sense, Nanban, Billa-2, Vishal's Khiladi.

Rajanikanth's Robot was released in Hindi.

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« Reply #13 on: July 29, 2012, 01:51:03 PM »
When I went watch Gabbar Singh the first day with my relatives, one of them informed me the people sitting next to us have come all the way from Ballarshah which is next stop after Chandrapur by train. Movies are screened in Nagpur Inoxes by UFO, and they download the prints a night before the scheduled release from Mumbai from where they buy the movies as paid previews. Last year when we booked tickets for Theenmaar over the phone in the morning for the first day first n only show in the evening, I was later told in the afternoon by Inox Manager that they are not showing the movie tonight as the digital print wasn't downloaded successfully last night n if they are showing the show next night, we can call him to book the tickets.
                           The next day there was the screening n he was AMAZED to see the turnout when the movie was scheduled to be screened at the Screen 1 ( The biggest they have as he said) n the occupancy wad 90-95 % when the show was yet to begin n we were chatting in front of the entry. He was told that Pawan was Andhra's Salman Khan. He also said that the collections they get for Telugu movies are astonishing.

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« Reply #14 on: July 29, 2012, 02:54:05 PM »
wow. awesome info. we need this kind of interesting facts.  +1 to this comment.

When I went watch Gabbar Singh the first day with my relatives, one of them informed me the people sitting next to us have come all the way from Ballarshah which is next stop after Chandrapur by train. Movies are screened in Nagpur Inoxes by UFO, and they download the prints a night before the scheduled release from Mumbai from where they buy the movies as paid previews. Last year when we booked tickets for Theenmaar over the phone in the morning for the first day first n only show in the evening, I was later told in the afternoon by Inox Manager that they are not showing the movie tonight as the digital print wasn't downloaded successfully last night n if they are showing the show next night, we can call him to book the tickets.
                           The next day there was the screening n he was AMAZED to see the turnout when the movie was scheduled to be screened at the Screen 1 ( The biggest they have as he said) n the occupancy wad 90-95 % when the show was yet to begin n we were chatting in front of the entry. He was told that Pawan was Andhra's Salman Khan. He also said that the collections they get for Telugu movies are astonishing.