Ram Charan Compensates Distributors For VVR!

Saturday, February 9th, 2019

Ram Charan Compensates Distributors For VVR!

Vinaya Vidheya Rama Click to look into! >> Read More... Vinaya Vidheya Rama scripted and directed by Boyapati Srinu Boyapati Srinu, also spelled Boyapati Sreenu, is a >> Read More... Boyapati Srinu has Ram Charan Ram Charan is a famous Tollywood actor and an entr >> Read More... Ram Charan , Vivek Oberoi Vivek Anand Oberoi's birth was on 3rd Septembe >> Read More... Vivek Oberoi , Prashanth Thyagarajan Prashanth Thyagarajan is an Indian actor. He works >> Read More... Prashanth Thyagarajan , Aryan Rajesh Aryan Rajesh is the popular Telugu actor, whose fa >> Read More... Aryan Rajesh , “ Sneha Suhasini R. Naidu, more popularly known by her scr >> Read More... Sneha ” and “ Madhumitha Madhumitha is born and brought up in Pudhukottai. >> Read More... Madhumitha ” in the cast. The film is produced by DVV Danayya. The film received mixed reviews especially for the larger than life portrayal of Charan.

In his previous statement, Charan had stated, “I feel extremely honored and humbled by all the love and adoration showered upon me and my films. I would like to thank each and every technician who strove day and night to execute Viaya Vidheya Rama. No amount of words are sufficient to describe the support extended by our producer DVV Danayya Garu. I will always be grateful to my distributors and exhibitors who believed in our film and backed it. We worked really hard to deliver a film which would entertain all of you. Unfortunately, the vision could not get translated on screen and we could not meet your expectations. However, your immense love and adoration has and always push me to work harder and deliver better films which meet your expectations. I would like to thank the media who supported me through thick and thin.” 

The latest information is that the producer and Hero have decided to compensate the distributors, who had incurred losses with VVR. They will be giving Rs 5 crore to the distributors, who had suffered nearly 30% as the loss.