Telugu Makers Trying To Exploit 'Avatar' Craze!

Mon Dec 05 2022 19:29:17 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Within 10 days, we will get to see the biggest motion picture event in the world i.e 'Avatar: The Way Of Water'. The advance bookings got opened last week and the reception has been fantastic throughout the country. The first part shattered every record in Hollywood and it took 'Avengers Endgame' to have a second release in 2019 to cross the collections of 'Avatar' which arrived back in 2009. After 13 years, the sequel to 'Avatar' is hitting the screens and everyone are expecting the film to be a massive hit at the box office.



The trailers have already raised the expectations heavily and there is a huge craze for this visual extravaganza. The filmmakers in Telugu are trying to exploit this craze of this film by attaching their movie's trailer and teaser to this film. Companies like Qube and UFO have reportedly raised the prices for placing the promotional content in order to milk as much as they can.

As we know, the team of 'Pushpa 2' have already tried to attach their glimpse video to 'Avatar' all across the nation since it reaches the pan-Indian market. Since 'Avatar 2' is releasing on the 16th, the teams of 'Dhamaka' and '18 Pages' are also trying to attach their trailers to 'Avatar 2' print in Telugu states so that they will get a good buzz by the 23rd of December. Though the advance bookings have not picked up pace in B & C centers for James Cameron's film, the seats are expected to fill out in the next week. It looks like the Tollywood makers are doing everything they can to use the craze of 'Avatar 2' for their own benefit.

 'Avatar: The Way Of Water' tells us the story of the Sully family, the troubles they endure, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive, and the tragedies they face. The visuals are nothing short of fantastic and Cameroon seems to have delivered another record-shattering film. The action sequences, the music, the production design, the acting and every aspect look jaw-dropping. The makers claim it as a 'Motion Picture Event Of A Generation'.