Prabhas’ Kalki 2898 AD overshadowed by Rajasekhar’s Kalki re-release

In a bizarre turn of events, fans eagerly awaiting the release of Prabhas’ highly anticipated sci-fi film Kalki 2898 AD have accidentally booked tickets for Rajasekhar’s 2019 film Kalki, which is set to re-release on June 28, just a day after Kalki 2898 AD’s premiere.

The confusion arose when the bookings for Kalki 2898 AD opened in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana on Sunday evening, causing a server crash on popular ticketing platforms. In their haste to secure tickets for the Prabhas-starrer, many fans unknowingly booked seats for Rajasekhar’s film, which shares a similar title.

Certain theatres, including the one in Bramarambha, Kukatpally, saw multiple shows of Rajasekhar’s Kalki go houseful within an hour of the Kalki 2898 AD tickets going live. This unexpected development has caused quite a stir on social media, with many netizens expressing their frustration and feeling cheated by the makers of Rajasekhar’s film.

While some users treated the situation with humor, sharing lighthearted memes about their unfortunate predicament, others wondered if it was an intentional move to capitalize on the craze surrounding Kalki 2898 AD. However, BookMyShow has issued a clarification, stating that the mix-up was unintentional.

Kalki 2898 AD, directed by Nag Ashwin, boasts an impressive cast including Prabhas, Kamal Haasan, Amitabh Bachchan, and Deepika Padukone. The film is set to hit theaters on June 27, 2024, in multiple languages, including Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam.

As the excitement surrounding Kalki 2898 AD continues to build, this unexpected clash with Rajasekhar’s Kalki has added an interesting twist to the narrative. It remains to be seen how this confusion will impact the box office performance of both films in the coming days.

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