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Star Kids Suffered At Box-office

Even though most of the film personalities now are some way or other related to big heads in the industry, but audience always have a special interest towards the direct heirs. 2015 is bad year for scions of the big stars.

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Ram charan faced a huge set back with the failure of Brucelee- The fighter, it has been 2nd biggest flop for the star after, Tufaan. Ram charan managed to stay in the lime light, with mass roles and commercial pot-boilers after trying for variety with Orange, But he couldn’t get loyal following other than some mega fans. Brucelee failure pushes him into bothering state, as he have to score huge hit as early as possible. Brucelee managed to rake-in only 55% of the investment.

Akkineni Nagarjuna who failed to give a great debut to Naga chaitanya, made all the efforts this time to launch Akhil Akkinneni in a grand way, right from giving the debutante a huge budget for the film to promoting the film in big way on par with star herors, Nagarjuna left no stone unturned, he also managed to get the solo release on a festive day. But, film’s reception by the audience poured water on all the efforts and expectations, film had a disastrous run at the box office. Film generated 0 ROI for distributors in USA.

Kovelamudi Prakash’s Size zero, looked like a promising come-back for the director, film too made huge buzz with promotions and storyline the director going to handle. But as always results didn’t favoured the Star director Raghavendra rao’s son, film suferred huge losses at the ticket window. Even the screen presence of Anushka couldn’t save the film.

Nagarjuna’s elder son, Naga Chaitanya who had an average performer in Oka Laila Kosam last year, able to release a single film this year “Dohchay”, Naga Chaitanya joined hands with a Swamy ra ra fame Sudheer varma, as the sentiments goes by this director’s second film couldn’t survived for long at box-office.

Mohan Babu’s son Manchu Vishnu bought the rights of Arima nambi, which was hit in Tamil nadu last year and roped in the intense director Deva katta to direct the film. Despite having the winning script and able director, Vishnu’s film failed at the box-office, he had done appreciable hardwork for the film which didn’t yield any favourable results for this Manchu heir.