The disaster fate of Bruce Lee not seems to leave its makers anytime soon. While it’s declared as the second straight Telugu disaster in Ram Charan’s career, trade reports have it that distributors are suffering huge losses. Sold for a whopping Rs 55 Crore, the film is still struggling to reach Rs 40 Crore share. Buyers who bought theatrical rights of Bruce Lee, estimated to lose chunk of their investment in several centers.
Deterred by the film’s faring at the Box Office, buyers of Bruce Lee seem to have decided not to give up. The latest is they have camped in at the Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce in Film Nagar and apparently mounting pressure on its makers to compensate their losses.
Mega camp too swiftly entered into scene and apparently assured to make it up with another film. This is perhaps stated as first time a mega film is undergoing such settlement as there is high pressure from its distributors. Meanwhile, talks are still going on between both parties. A positive outcome is expected.