Star-Studded Movies enjoy immense craze in the trade circles and the business of biggies gets closed months before the release. There were incidents of Producers earning Table Profits on the launch date itself in the past.
Unfortunately, Overseas Business of Three Big-Ticket Movies is yet to be closed because none of the Buyers were ready to accept unreasonable prices quoted by the Producers. Makers of ‘Spyder’ sought Rs 22-25 crore from Overseas rights alone. As none of the buyers were keen take such a huge risk, Producers have been now lobbying for closing the deal at Rs 16 crore.
Even NTR’s ‘Jai Lava Kusa’ comes with the price tag of Rs 16 crore. However, Producer could do nothing but reduce the price to Rs 14 crore for luring the buyers.
Similarly, Buyers seems to be hesitant to offer Rs 20 crore for even Pawan Kalyan-Trivikram’s Flick despite huge craze.
Two Major Reasons behind the setback for the Producers – New norms of Revenue Sharing & High Price Tag. TFI Makers need to accept the fact that every movie can’t be a Baahubali and they should come up with reasonable proposals.