Veera Simha Reddy: Fans Celebrations Goes Out Of Control In US!

Thu Jan 12 2023 11:23:32 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Thanks to the growing Telugu population in the United States our films are seeing good collections and reception. If we look at the celebrations and agreements for the special shows we can feel the Telugu atmosphere in America. We really can't see a big difference between Telugu states and America in this.

This is a positive outcome and there is also a negative outcome to this. Fans sometimes go over the board and create a ruckus. A similar situation happened and the theatre management had to call the cops to bring the situation under control.

It is known that Nandamuri Balakrishna's Veera Simha Reddy was released today. The film was also released in America. In a theatre, fans went out of control and raised Jai Balayya slogans and threw papers to celebrate the film. The theatre management called the cops.

A Police Officer reached the theatre and urged fans to control their emotions. Saying that they have been playing Telugu and Indian films in theatres the cops said that they did not face such issues earlier and asked fans to not create a ruckus. The theatre management stopped the movie screening for a few minutes.

Probably this is the first time that a movie screening was stopped and the Police officer urged the fans to not spoil the situation and create a ruckus. The video is doing rounds on social media now.

It has to be mentioned here that earlier a few theatres said that their speaker boxes got damaged while playing Nandamuri Balakrishna's Akhanda. Usually, American theatres have some of the best quality speakers and the BGM impacted the speakers too.

A few days back we saw how fans had an ugly fight in Dallas. The issue even went to the Police station and a fan was arrested. The issue raised many eyeballs. Fans fighting for their matinee idols happened in Telugu states or India.

But the unwanted trend reached America. Fans losing control while enjoying the film went over the board this time. Let us hope that fans will not repeat this and don't bring a bad name to the country and cinema.