In a surprising turn of events, Naga Babu, a renowned actor and a prominent leader of Jana Sena Party, has announced his plans to re- release the movie “Orange” in theaters. The movie, which was released in 2010, failed miserably at the box office, and it is widely considered as a disaster in the Telugu film industry. However, Naga Babu’s intention behind this decision is not to gain profit or fame but to use the collections from the movie to fund the Jana Sena Party campaign.
It is noteworthy that Naga Babu who has produced the movie suffered severe financial losses due to the film’s poor performance. The situation was so dire that he was on the brink of bankruptcy, and there were even rumors that he contemplated suicide. However, it was his younger brother and Jana Sena Party founder, Pawan Kalyan, who came to his rescue and bailed him out of his financial troubles.
Naga Babu’s decision to re-release the movie may seem illogical to some, considering its disastrous outcome in the past. However, the actor- turned-politician has a different perspective. In a recent interview, he explained that he wants to use the opportunity to promote the Jana Sena Party’s ideologies and raise awareness about the party’s mission. He believes that the re-release of the movie will not only serve as a platform to reach a wider audience but also generate funds that could be used for the party’s campaign.
The movie “Orange” was directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar and starred Ram Charan and Genelia in the lead roles. Despite its poor performance at the box office, the film’s music was a massive hit, and its songs continue to be popular among many fans even today.