It happens only in Sandalwood! A big banner movie is killing a small but a successful film once again. Well, Govindaya Namaha, one of the superhits of 2012, is being replaced by Puneet Rajkumar's much-awaited Anna Bond in major theatres leaving the makers of the Komal Kumar's film fuming.
Suresh Babu, the producer of Govindaya Namaha, has come out in open to protest the injustice being done to him. He has claimed that despite his film proving to be a successful one and attracting the audience even after four weeks after its release, the theatre owners have decided to remove his film to accommodate Anna Bond screening.
He further adds that it is against the KFCC rules, according to which a film cannot be removed from theatres if it is earning producer's share and the theatre rent. Govindaya Namaha is generating his share of Rs 4 lakhs every week, concludes the producer.
However, Raghavendra Rajkumar has said that they cannot interfere in this issue, as they have sold the distribution rights. Now, it is up to the distributors and theatre owners to find a solution.
Puneet Rajkumar, Priyamani, Nidhi Subbaiah and Jackie Shroff starrer Anna Bond is directed by Suri and it is releasing in a record number of screens.