If we consider the ifs and buts of Raviteja returning the compensation, we are forced to conclude that the hero may never genuinely return money but will instead work on another project for the producer without accepting a significant salary. If rumours in the film industry are to be believed, Raviteja is just concerned with receiving large pay, and if a movie doesn't succeed, he might not return the money. But if he joins Ramarao On Duty, he might forego the "portion" he was meant to receive because it's claimed that he took about 20% of the pay as "theatrical rights" to a specific location.
Distributors might not make a big deal out of the losses as the movie was launched on a share basis in certain regions and sold for an average price in others. However, the already-sold satellite and wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital rights could be a blessing in disguise and help to at least partially offset the loss. We must wait to see what Raviteja would ultimately do to support his producer.