RGVs Kamma Raajyam Lo Kadapa Redlu To Release As Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu 

29 Nov, 2019 13:35 IST|Sakshi
RGVs Kamma Raajyam Lo Kadapa Redlu To Release As Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu 

HYDERABAD: Ram Gopal Varma who created a major hype over his new film titled Kamma Raajyam lo Kadapa Redlu which is set for release tommorrow on November 29th, 2019, made a special announcement in a press conference earlier today.

The film Kamma Raajyam lo Kadapa Redlu has now been renamed as Amma Rajyam lo Kadapa Biddalu. This was due to pressure from various political quarters and individuals who filed cases in the High Court, right from seeking a ban on the title as it was a blatant aspersion of the caste feeling, to the obvious reference to various Andhra political leaders shown in the trailer.

The film has Tamil actor Ajmal Ameer in the lead role, in obvious reference to the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and various other actors who reprise the role of Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan. The trailer promos of this film have generated a widespread curiosity among the Telugu-speaking audience in Andhra Pradesh.

RGV, who by now has the hang of creating sufficient hype before a film's release, knew pretty well what the after-effects of the trailer would be. Now with the actual title already registered in the minds of people, he does not have much to worry about now, except the fate of the film at the censor board . The films is slated to hit the screens in the Telugu states and worldwide screens tomorrow.

Just before the release date, RGV released a song from the film titled ‘’Dhandam’’ which he tweeted that the song features all characters based upon real-life political leaders.

Check out the song here:

Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, Amma Rajyam lo Kadapa Biddalu is based on contemporary politics in Andhra Pradesh and as per his version the film is "a non-controversial film filled with controversial characters,".

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