Ram Charan's "Govindudu Andarivadele" (GAV) is all set to hit the screens on 1 October. The film will reportedly have the biggest release ever for a Ram Charan starrer.
It will be having a massive release in the United States by getting screened in more than 150 screens. Besides the US, the Ram Charan starrer will be releasing in countries including Qatar, Muscat, Bahrain, Dubai, Canada and South Africa among others.
The film, directed by Krishna Vamsi, is a family entertainer with Ram Charan and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles. Other cast members include Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Srikanth and Kamalinee Mukerjee.
"GAV" music is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and there are six songs in the film. However, it will be releasing with five songs, as one song is yet to be shot. The makers are reportedly planning to shoot the song in the first week of October and will be adding it to the film later, according to idlebrain.
The Ram Charan starrer has been censored with a U/A rating and its run-time is expected to be around two-and-a-half hours. Advance booking for the family entertainer has commenced in some theatres and it is expected to get good response from the fans.
"GAV" will be enjoying a long weekend (1-5 October) and is likely to take fantastic openings at the AP/Nizam box office. The film is carrying good pre-release buzz, thanks to the impressive teaser and the trailer. Ram Charan's star power will ensure good opening for the film at the box office. However, its overall performance will depend on the audience's reaction.
The family entertainer is expected to face some competition from Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang", which is set to hit the screens on 2 October.
The action adventure flick will be releasing in Telugu and Hindi simultaneously on the same day.
Hrithik has a good fan-following in AP and the actor's films such as "Krrish 3" and "Dhoom 2" have performed well at the box office.
There is positive buzz on "Bang Bang" and the film is expected to take grand openings worldwide. Although "GAV" is expected to dominate the screens in AP and Telangana, the film might be facing threat from "Bang Bang" at the US box office.