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As we know, Megastar Chiranjeevi's 'Waltair Veerayya' and Balakrishna's 'Veera Simha Reddy' released during the Sankranti season. The Mega vs Nandamuri clash created a lot of buzz and hype. It looks like the next Pongal season is also going to be filled with a lot of action.
As per the talk inside the film industry, two Mega heroes are planning to arrive during the Sankranti season of 2024. They are none other than pan-Indian heroes Allu Arjun and Ram Charan. Reports suggest that both heroes are adamant on bringing their films during the Sankranti season.
Ram Charan planned to arrive with #RC15 in 2023 but legendary filmmaker Shankar's commitments forced the team to postpone the release. The shootings got delayed and this made the team to fix on the Sankranti season of 2024. Dil Raju had many successful movies during this season and Shankar is known for his blockbuster movies. There is a high chance that this pan-Indian flick will arrive during the Sankranti season.
On the other hand, the second part of the highly successful pan-Indian film 'Pushpa' has begun recently. The Mythri Movie Makers are reportedly planning to bring the film during the Pongal season of 2024. As we know, the Mythri team had two big hits this Pongal season in the form of 'Veera Simha Reddy' and 'Waltair Veerayya'. Apparently, the team is working towards finishing the project by the end of the year and releasing it during the Sankranti season.
Not just these two Mega heroes but other big stars and small heroes have set their sights on this season. There is still a year left but many filmmakers are already planning to book the release dates in advance. It won't be a shock if they announce the release dates officially in the next 2-3 months.