Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to scrap Rs 500 and 100 notes has constrained the creators of Ram Charan's Telugu film Dhruva to push the film's discharge date. Presently the film, which likewise stars Rakul Preet Singh and Arvind Swami, will discharge on December 9. "We had wanted to discharge the film on December 2 at first. In any case, because of demonetisation, we were dicey if groups of onlookers will watch the film. What's more, after some exploration and considerations, we chose December 9 will be the perfect date. There is no other explanation for the put off discharge," Producer Allu Aravind in an announcement told to news agency.
Coordinated by Surender Reddy, the film marks on-screen character Arvind Swami's returned. He will be viewed as a rival in the film.
The film is the official change of Tamil blockbuster Thani Oruvan, and it is delivered by Geetha Arts. Dhruva official trailer discharged on November 26 and inclined via web-based networking media. The right around two-minute trailer is pressed with high octane activity arrangements.
Reports proposed that Telugu film industry has been influenced by coin boycott. "There are no accumulations (in the cinematic world). Cash is not available for use. Telugu silver screen industry is likewise hit hard like some different segments, since white collar classes are the fundamental customers of silver screen," Tammareddi Bharadwaja, a conspicuous producer and a main industry voice, told to news agency in Hyderabad.
"The producers of some little spending movies have put off their discharge in perspective of the common circumstance and outstanding among them is drama saint Allari Naresh's Intlo Deyyam – Nakem Bhayam," he included.
On November 8, PM Modi proclaimed each of the 500 and 1000 rupee notes invalid to handle the issue of dark cash. Tamil performer Vijay was among the few who discussed the bother confronted by individuals. "Many utilize Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for day by day exchanges like going to theaters, shopping centers and exchanging reason. Individuals like these are superfluously put to burden," Vijay told to mews agency.
Different VIPs like Rajinikanth, Shah Rukh Khan and Kamal Haasan hailed PM Modi's turn on Twitter.
— Rajinikanth (@superstarrajini) November 8, 2016
Farsighted. Extremely smart. And not politically motivated. Will bring such a positive change for Indian economy. Great move @narendramodi
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) November 9, 2016
Salute Mr. Modi. This move has to be celebrated across political party lines. Most importantly by earnest tax payers.
— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) November 9, 2016
As indicated by the administration's most recent requests, old notes can never again be traded for new ones at bank counters. Subjects can now just store them till December 30, after which the Reserve Bank will acknowledge the invalid notes on specific conditions.