Bus Stop, a new youthful entertainer from the director Maruthi of Ee Rojullo, took the flying start at box-office.
The film was released on Sunday officially, but some multiplexes and theaters in Hyderabad and Vizag started showing it from Saturday night itself. Although the movie has no major star cast, it surprised the trade pundits by its grand openings on the first day.
The movie starring Prince, Sri Divya, Kanna, Hasika and Saikumar Pampana, is about college going youth and it deals about the trust between parents and children. While there is a criticism that the movie is full of double meaning dialogues, on the lines of super hit Hindi flicks like Kya Super Kool Hai Hum, this dialogue driven adult comedy movie is attracting the youth and mass audiences.
Bus Stop is made at less than Rs 2 Crores and it has already turned out to be a profitable venture before the release for the producer Bellamkonda Suresh. Going by the first day collections and demand, Bellamkonda is planning to increase the number of theaters.
As Nagarjuna’s Damarukam failed to hit the screens, Bus Stop is also getting those theaters.