Actor Nani's "Gentleman," which is scheduled to be released in cinema halls on June 17, will clash with the new Telugu films "Guppedantha Prema," "Premikudu" and "Rudra IPS."
"Gentleman" is a romantic thriller film directed by Mohan Krishna Indraganti, who has also written the story and screenplay for the movie. It has been produced by Sivalanka Krishna Prasad under the banner Sridevi Movies. Nani, Surabhi and Niveda Thomas are playing the lead role, while Srinivas Avasarala, Anand, Tanikella Bharani, Pragathi and Rohini appear as the supporting cast in the film.
Mani Sharma has composed the music for "Gentleman" and the songs have received good response from the audience. PG Vinda and Marthand K Venkatesh have handled the cinematography and editing department, respectively. The promos of the film have created a lot of curiosity among film-goers. The makers have massive plans for its publicity.
"Guppedantha Prema" is a youthful romantic drama film, which has been written and directed by Vinod Lingala and produced by Eye Wink Productions. Sai Ronak, Aditi Singh and Aishwarya are playing the lead roles in the movie, which features Navneeth Sundar's music, Sanjay Loknath's camera work, Basava Paidireddy's editing and Rajeev Nair's art direction.
"Premikudu" is a romance drama, which is also high on comedy and action quotient. The movie has been written and directed by Kala Sandeep and produced by Lakshmi Narayan Reddy and Sunil Reddy. Manas and Sanam Shetty are playing the lead roles in the movie, which features Vijaybalaji's music, K Shiva's cinematography, and Keritha Madhu's editing.
"Rudra IPS" is an action movie, which has been written and directed by Balakrishna Reddy and produced by T Rajasekher Reddy. Raj Krishna and Keerthana Podwal are playing the lead roles in the film. Ghantadi Krishna has composed the music for the soundtracks and background score of the movie.
All the four movies are scheduled to be released in theatres around the world on June 17. Among the four films, "Gentleman" is bigger than others in terms of hype, promotion, screen count, star power, and advance booking. The Nani-starrer will surely get a bigger opening than the others at the box office and lead the business chart in the first weekend. The fate of the other films depends on the word-of-mouth reviews.