New Low for Tamil Cinema Industry

The nation's film industry is off to a great start this summer. Every major industry is doing quite well, with the exception of one, where a few films are doing very well. With "Tillu Square" smashing box office records in both the US and telugu states, tollywood is blazing. Over 20 crore have already been earned by the movie globally. By Sunday, it should break even, and by Monday, it should start making money.

Bollywood's "Crew," starring Tabu, Kriti Sanon, and Kareena Kapoor, is a much-needed smash. This oddball heist comedy has captured the hearts of its intended audience despite the absence of strong male stars. It is expected to make between 32 and 33 crore net this weekend, which would be a noteworthy accomplishment. 

Since the start of the year, the malayalam industry has shown no signs of slowing down. In the wake of successful films such as "Bramayugam," "Premalu," and "Manjummel Boys," prithviraj Sukumaran's "The Goat Life" is still achieving extraordinary success. In just three days, the movie has made almost 45 crores globally, and it is rapidly approaching the 100 crore milestone.

In sharp contrast, the tamil film industry has produced nothing but bombs this year. Major releases such as "Ayalaan," "Lal Salaam," and "Captain Miller" have all failed horribly. tamil Nadu theatres are depending on dubbed pictures like "Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire" to stay in business since there aren't any significant summer releases in the works.

There is more to this issue than meets the eye. Stars from tamil cinema are too preoccupied with their political pursuits to focus on their obligation to promote their own industry. Their fanbase begs the industry to step up and provide the high-caliber tamil material they so much want.

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