Wizard of words Trivikram Srinivas’s 100% clean family entertainer A…Aa is rocking and shaking all over USA Box office with sold out shows. Every one enjoying the movie and expecting repeated audience already. It’s already touched$500k mark from Premiere and first day even though it was opened in week day Wednesday and expecting to cross million mark by this Saturday itself. Expecting to be one of the top collections movie for Trivikram garu from overseas and first million dollars’ movie for Nitin and another million dollars’ baby for Samantha.
Several people went back from theaters yesterday due to sold out shows in USA. We strongly recommend to have advance booking in so that you don’t have to be disappointed as movie is running with super positive mouth talk along with good reviews. Especially for big and hot selling locations like New Brunswick, New Port AMC’s in NJ andCinemark locations like Centreville, Union City,Dallas, Houston and Carmike locations like Atlanta, East Windsor and Richmond locations and Independent theaters like Serra. Some big locations we already have shows for every half an hour and adding more.
A…Aa is clean ‘U’ certificate family entertainer with good mix of comedy, emotions and family drama that entertains entire family. We can assure that you will feel happy after watching the movie.Music is being composed by Mickey J Mayer and songs got very good response with good melody and folk tunes. Enjoy this movie with your entire family irrespective of the age with reasonable ticket prices! It’s a cool breeze for this hot summer!!
Our special thanks to media for giving good pre-release buzz and very good positive reviews.
Stay away from piracy and enjoy the movie on silver screens. Pirated related issue please report to email@example.com
Press note issued by BlueSky Cinemas, Inc.
- Nikhil’s next wraps up its North Indian schedule
- TN doctors to storm social media with Mersal’s piracy links
- Shruti Haasan opens up about composing for movies
- Yet another cameraman to turn director
- Poll : Which of these films entertained you the most?