Superstar Mahesh Babu's Brahmotsavam, which has opened to very bad reviews, has shocked both the actor's fans and critics alike.
While the film will manage to rake in decent numbers in the country thanks to the pre-release buzz, in the US, however, it might burn the hands of the distributor who spent a bomb on the film.
According to a source in the trade, the US theatrical rights of the film were sold for a whopping INR 13.5 crore and in order to even break even, the film should register $2 million.
Going by the initial reactions, trade sources believe the film won't even do business worth $1.5 million, and this might be the biggest flop in Mahesh's career.
Tipped to be made on a budget of INR 75 crore, Brahmotsavam is directed by Sreekanth Addala and produced by PVP Cinema. It features an ensemble cast of Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Kajal Aggarwal and Pranitha Subhash.
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