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This weekend, film producers are planning to capture the love week by releasing some old wine for the weekend. Along with the buzzed-up movie “Oori Peru Bhairavakona,” there are certain movies hitting cinemas. Let’s take a look at what’s in store.
While “Oori Peru Bhairavakona” is the new film releasing this weekend, we also have four re-releases lined up. The recent blockbuster “Baby” is getting released again, joined by the previous blockbuster “Sitaramam,” both aiming to woo lovers towards theaters on February 14th. Additionally, two films that didn’t perform well at the box office, but have a love theme, “Surya S/o Krishnan” and “Oye,” are also being re-released on Valentine’s weekend to cash in on the re-release craze.
But that’s not all. Pawan Kalyan’s “Tholi Prema” will be released, along with other timeless hits like “Titanic,” “DDLJ,” “Jab We Met,” “Veer Zaara,” and “Mohabbatein” on Valentine’s Day. Many are wondering if all these re-releases will truly capture the hearts of movie lovers once again.
So, if you’re planning a movie date this weekend, there’s plenty to choose from. Whether you prefer the latest release or want to revisit some old favorites, the cinemas have got you covered. Grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the love-themed movies on the big screen.
Remember to check the showtimes and book your tickets in advance to avoid any disappointment. Happy movie-watching!