Producers Queue Up For The Long-forgotten Director

The Telugu movie Orange, directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar and starring Ram Charan and Genelia D’Souza, was released in 2010 with a lot of hype and expectations. However, it failed to impress the audience and the critics, and the film turned out to be a disaster at the box office. But, 12 years after its release, Orange is getting a positive response on its re-release, surprising many in the film industry.

Director Bommarillu Bhaskar, who is known for his family entertainers like Bommarillu and Parugu, had high hopes for Orange. However, the film’s complex storyline, which dealt with themes like love, sacrifice, and second chances, didn’t go well with the audience, and the film failed to make an impact.

However, the film’s music, composed by Harris Jayaraj, was a huge hit, and some of its songs like “Rooba Rooba” and “O Range” still remain popular today. The film’s music helped it gain a cult following over the years, and many fans still listen to its songs today.

In a surprising turn of events, the film has been re-released recently, and this time around, it is getting a positive response from the audience. Many viewers are appreciating the film’s beautiful visuals, captivating love story, and the chemistry between its lead actors.

Bommarillu Bhaskar’s ability to create a beautiful love story has been highly appreciated, and many are now acknowledging the director’s talent. Despite its initial failure, Orange has now become a talking point in the film industry, and many producers are now approaching Bommarillu Bhaskar to direct their next films.