With Bollywood Superstar Akshay Kumar’s SINGH IS BLIING and South Superstar Vijay’s PULI sets to clash on October 1 speculations are high which movie will take the cake.
Though the trade analyst believe that since both the films are having the advantage of a long weekend vacation hence both may do good business but on a closer examination it appears Vijay’s PULI has an edge over Akshay Kumar’s SINGH IS BLIING due to many reasons.
First and foremost after the mega success of BAAHUBALI - THE BEGINNING, the demand for fantasy-adventure has increased. Since PULI is being publicized as the most expensive fantasy-adventure movie ever made in India there is definitely a fanatical craze to watch the movie.
As the movie is dubbed in Hindi and being released simultaneously hence it has the advantage of clicking in the North India too and can give a tough fight to Akshay Kumar’s SINGH IS BLIING as BAAHUBALI - THE BEGINNING gave a tough fight to Salman Khan’s BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN!
Secondly the movie’s trailer has generated a huge buzz on social media thanks to its appealing cinematography and special effects displaying it’s amazing costumes, weird castles, flying multi coloured angry bird, ogres, one eyed monsters, a giant turtle and much more enticing film buffs to watch the movie.
And last but not the least Superstar Vijay is doing a fantasy adventure for the first time and yesteryear top star Sridevi is making her comeback in Tamil cinema after over 30 years!
Besides PULI’s outstanding background score with the mystic drum rolls around Sridevi who plays a witch in the film has already became a rage.
In contrast Akshay Kumar’s SINGH IS BLIING has nothing new to offer. It has the same background of Punjabi culture and the typical song and comedy, which the audience has seen a millions of times.
Thus in nutshell PULI is likely to draw unprecedented rush at the box office and will surely win the race…
Nevertheless SINGH IS BLIING too might not be a disappointment either because, in case of over flow of crowds at PULI, the surplus may drift to SINGH IS BLIING!