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Vishnuvardhan fans plan to give Gandhada Gudi a skip- Cinema express

Vishnuvardhan fans plan to skip Gandhada Gudi

The yesteryear film has a fight sequence between Dr Rajkumar and Dr Vishnuvardhan, and some Vishnuvardhan fans have decided to give the screening a miss

Published: 11th September 2018

As yesteryear film, Gandhada Gudi starring Dr Rajkumar and Dr Vishnuvardhan is set for a re-release in theatres this week, a number of the latter's fans have decided not to watch the film. They have expressed this on social media, said a Vishnuvardhan fan, on condition of anonymity.

The fan added, “We are not against the film’s release, but we can’t see our star in a villain’s role. In 1973, Vishnuvardhan didn’t have the kind of fan following he has today. The film has a fight sequence between Dr Rajkumar and Dr Vishnuvardhan, and being his fans, we don’t want to see it. Secondly, this might lead to a friction between Raj and Vishnu fans at the theatres, which we want to avoid. So, fans of the star have decided against watching the film.” 

Distributed under Dheeraj Pictures, the distributor says that they are planning to release the blockbuster film in around 200 theatres. “It was a long-time plan to release the film around Ganesha habba. Though the film is available online, it will be a different experience to watch it in theatres, as it has been upgraded with DTS sound. It’s a dedication to both the stars,” the distributor adds.  

The film, produced by MP Shankar, features Kalpana as the female lead. 

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