Censor shocks 'Greeku Veerudu'

April 23rd, 2013, 01:00 PM IST
Censor shocks 'Greeku Veerudu'

In a surprising and stunning move, the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) of India has granted with U/A-certificate to Nagarjuna-starrer and Dasarath, 'Santosham' fame, directorial romantic-drama 'Greeku Veerudu'. Nayanthara will be seen Nag's romantic-interest in the film.

A source from the unit says, "This is unexpected. Since, it is a romantic film with Dasarath's touch, the movie has been passed with U/A with no cuts. The reasons for U/A are yet to be known.  However, we're satisfied and confident of film's success." The film is slated to release on May 3 worldwide.

Meanwhile, the Tamil version of the film titled 'Love Story' is likely to be censored today. However, the makers ruled out to release this version simultaneously with Telugu version.

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