Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu join hands for a new multiplex in Hyderabad

The Asian Cinemas is setting up multiplexes in major cities by teaming up with celebrities from the Telugu film industry.

BySouth First Desk

Published Apr 10, 2024 | 4:11 PMUpdatedApr 10, 2024 | 4:11 PM

Mahesh Babu and Venkatesh join hands to construct a new multiplex in Hyderabad

Sudarshan Theater 35 MM near RTC X Roads is being transformed into a multiplex soon.

According to the sources from the Tollywood circles, the theatre will be named “AMB Victory”.

Notably, the theatre is being jointly constructed by Suniel Narang of Asian Cinemas and actors Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu.

Rumours have been doing rounds for many years that the Sudarshan Theatre will be demolished and a new multiplex will be built on the site. And they are not rumours anymore!

The inaugural pooja ceremony will be held on Thursday, 11 April.

It is well-known that both Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu shared the screen space in the blockbuster hit Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu (2013) directed by Srikanth Addala.

Producer Dil Raju once disclosed that Venkatesh and Mahesh reduced their remuneration for the film owing to the commitment they gave to the makers.

And now, they are joining forces to set up the multiplex theatre in Hyderabad.

Venkatesh’s producer-brother Suresh Babu is already in the theatre business as a distributor. However, for the first time, a multiplex will be set up after Venkatesh.

It is to be noted that Asian Cinemas is setting up multiplex theatres in major cities in the two Telugu-speaking states by teaming up with celebrities from the Telugu film industry.

Thanks to the craze of star heroes, these multiplex theatres gained unexpected popularity among the masses.

Meanwhile, Venkatesh and Mahesh Babu’s fans are eager for a sequel to Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu. But it is not going to manifest anytime soon.

Fans speculate that a sequel may not materialise if Dil Raju doesn’t consider it.

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