Allu Aravind’s plan to avoid tax?

‘Geetha Govindam’ was made with Rs.10 crore budget but it is said that production house earned Rs.40 to Rs.50 crore. Recently this movie entered Rs.100 crore gross club. The film is racing ahead with 60 crore shares with no letup in collections. Housefull boards are still seen in some areas which prove the level of success of this film. It’s not all. The production house will make much more money with the sale of dubbing, satellite, digital and remake rights.

Allu Aravind and team, who should have enjoyed the profits made, became hot topic of discussion with their small mistakes. Recently film ‘Paperboy’ was released under Sampath Nandi production. One can’t understand as to why Allu Aravind got it released through Geetha Arts. Watching the film gives the feeling that it’s not up to the expectations. Adding to it, there was no promotion. It got negative feedback after release and hence nobody is taking note of it.

However, it’s learnt that they deliberately bought this movie. There are speculations that since they have to pay huge tax on the profit made by ‘Geetha Govindam’ they bought ‘Paperboy’ movie to show losses. Giving credence to the rumours, Geetha Arts has taken up another small film. Geetha Arts is going to release ‘Ee Maya Peremito’ featuring fight master Vijay’s son Rahul Vijay as the hero.  Whether Allu Aravind like the film’s contest to release it or not has become hot topic of debate in Tollywood.

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