After the largely ineffective Chandramukhi 2, which emphasised her closeness to Raghava Lawrence, Kangana Ranaut returned to the big screen. The movie failed to achieve the kind of blockbuster that the 2005 film achieved, despite its attempts to revive the blockbuster establishment that initially starred South celebrities like Rajinikanth, Jyothika, Nayanthara, and Prabhu. The entertainer is now back in theatres with Tejas. Tejas, although being a Bollywood movie, aims to awaken the inner energy since it features Kangana in the role of a flying corps official.
However, even with a massive online fan base, Kangana Ranaut has not been able to handle the pressure of the film industry, and her recent arrival has caused a terrible start. The performer is not pleased with this, and although she regularly holds the “film mafia” accountable for the underwhelming box office performance of her films, Kangana has labelled this as the “post Coronavirus impact” this time.
Using online entertainment, Kangana Ranaut has shared a video dedicated to her admirers, urging them to see the movie in theatres. In fact, foot traffic was dropping sharply even before to the coronavirus, and it has since accelerated significantly. A lot of auditoriums are closing, and, unexpectedly, despite a lot of reasonable offers and free tickets, there is still a sharp drop in attendance. Mentioning that people should enjoy films in theatres with their loved ones or else they (theatres) might not be able to survive. Very much valued (sic).
Strangely, stars have revealed how Bollywood resurfaced after the impact of the coronavirus. Films like Satyaprem Ki Katha, Jawan, Rough Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani, and others have tasted huge accomplishment in the film industry.
Sarvesh Mewara is in charge of Tejas, and the movie opens on October 27.