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If there is anything tough than making a film, then it has to be promoting it. No matter how big a star or director is, only promotion can take the film to the people. Taking a film to the mass is the first win of makers. There are many examples to highlight the importance of good promotional activities.
Natural Star Nani is awaiting the release of his upcoming film Dasara, which marks the first Pan-India film in his career. The film is believed to have been made on a big project. With this, Nani is giving his best in promoting the film. In the Northern states, he is aggressively promoting the film.
Many say that Natural Star Nani set an example of how to promote the film. Nani spoke to the media in Bollywood and gave an interview with popular actors like Sharad Kelkar. He tasted famous Maharashtra items like Vadapav and others. Nani impressed many with his Hindi speaking skills.
If Dasara gets a good start in the northern belt, surely it is because of the campaign Nani did. Small things like eating street food and enjoying food at local eateries take the film campaign to the mass which results in the film getting a good start and collections.
Nani did a good job in promoting the film in the northern belt. It was just Nani's show in Bollywood. He is not accompanied by his director or co-actor Keerthy Suresh. He is not leaving any stone unturned in promoting the film. If Dasara gets a good start in Bollywood, then a few others might follow him.
Dasara is a mass entertainer which is set up in the Singareni coal mines backdrop. debutant Srikanth Odela helmed the film while Sudhakar Cherukuri bankrolled the film. The Nani starrer is slated for a grand release on the 30th of this month in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi languages.