Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeepa's latest release Vikrant Rona is currently one of the most talked movies. The movie is now all set to enter the Rs 100 crore club in just 4 days of its release. While the info about the total collection is yet to be obtained, media reports claimed that the movie collected Rs 80 crore in the first three days. 

Movie lovers have showered high praises for the Kichcha Sudeepa starrer and are still in awe of the movie. Apart from several biggies from the industry, ace director SS Rajamouli congratulated the entire team of 'Vikrant Rona' through his tweet. 

While Kannada movie lovers frequently get involved in banter, fans of Kichcha Sudeepa, Darshan and Rocking Star Yash attack each other involving the actors. However, the actors have no hard feelings for each other. 

Earlier, KGF's Rocky Bhai had requested everyone not to make derogatory remarks against other actors.  And now, it's Kichcha Sudeepa who has showered praises for Yash. A video has surfaced on social media that shows Vikrant Rona appreciating Yash during an interview. 

When the interviewer sought an answer from Kichcha about how he would introduce Yash on any platform, the Vikrant Rona star said, "One of the most energetic actors, a beautiful dreamer, achiever. he is a beautiful dreamer and an achiever, Yash."

Well, such words from Kichcha for Yash will certainly motivate fans of the duo and may hopefully refrain from social media banters involving the matinee idols of the Sandalwood industry.

Is charisma of Bollywood movies and actors fading in front of South flicks?

While movies from the South are driving movie lovers crazy pan-India, Bollywood movies are yet to perform at the box office. Several Hindi movies in a row have failed to entice movie lovers, including several big-budget movies from big banners. 

Movies like Shamshera, Samrat Prithviraj, Bunty Aur Babli 2, 83 and Jayeshbhai Jordaar, which starred several A-listed actors miserably failed at the box office. On the other hand, south movies that released pan-India went on to clinch the top spots in terms of collection.

Such a scenario clearly shows that the charisma of Bollywood movies and actors is fading with time. if such thing continues, South movies will certainly take over the entire business leaving nothing for the B-Town actors.