Powerstar Pawan Kalyan's 'Vakeel Saab' is arriving on 9th April and a lot of hype surrounded this big film. Since it is Pawan's comeback film, the film has a lot of craze and the makers utilized it completely. Made on a budget of 85 crores, Dil Raju sold 'Vakeel Saab' for humongous rates which include both theatrical and non-theatrical rights.
Trade pundits claim that he sold the film for an approximate amount of 155 crores. While the digital and satellite rights reportedly went for around 35 crores, the rest of the business is done through theatrical rights. Reports are that Dil Raju already made a good profit of 25 crores through 'Vakeel Saab'.
As we all know, any PK film can land the distributors in a pool of money if it manages to get a positive talk. But his films have resulted in huge losses in the past when they got a negative response. Grapevine suggests that the second half of 'Vakeel Saab' is quite impressive but it is to be seen how a full-length courtroom drama impresses the Telugu audience. There are not many films that revolve around court completely.Though films like 'Tagore', 'Temper' and 'Rakhi' have good court scenes, they are usually for a limited time. But 'Vakeel Saab' as the name suggests is all about the arguments in court. Let us wait and see what happens on 9th April.