Deva Katta's "Dynamite", which will be released in 900 screens on 4 September, will be Vishnu Manchu's biggest release. Its makers have planned to hold the premiere show at Prasads Imax on Thursday evening.
The reports suggest that "Dynamite" will release in around 500 cinema halls in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The movie will hit around 75 screens in Karnataka, 41 screens in the US, 10 screens in the UAE, one screen each in the UK and Malaysia, and 270+ theatres in different parts of North India.
"Dynamite" will be screened at a total of 900 theatres in the global market, starting this Friday. This is a record screen count for a Vishnu Manchu movie and is expected to become the biggest opener and highest grosser for a Manchu family hero, predict the experts in the Telugu film industry.
The makers of "Dynamite" have planned a grand premiere show at Prasads Imax in Hyderabad at 10.30 pm on Thursday. They also held a movie contest and gave away free tickets for the premiere show to the winners. They confirmed the news about its premiere besides posting the photos of the winners on the official Twitter page of 24 Frames Factory.
The Twitter post read, "High voltage action, drama and romance! A movie which has it all... #Dynamite! Premier show todat at #PrasadsImax #Dynamite movie content winners for today's Premier show. @iVishnuManchu @pranitasubhash @devakatta @achutweeets"
Vishnu Manchu has adopted several unique promotional strategies for "Dynamite" and has also spent a hefty sum on them. He, along with Pranitha and Deva Katta, visited some cities and TV channels to promote the movie. The option to make advance bookings opened earlier this week and the film has registered an average of 60% booking in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for its opening day.
"Dynamite" is a suspense thriller, which is the official remake of Tamil film "Arima Nambi". Vishnu Manchu and Pranitha Subhash are playing the lead roles in "Dynamite", JD Chakravarthy appears in a pivotal role, which he has played in the original film -- "Arima Nambi". The film has three songs that have been composed by Achu Rajamani and crooned by Adnan Sami and Geetha Madhuri.