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It is well known that Natural Star Nani is all set to arrive with his first pan-Indian film titled 'Dasara' on 30th March. A lot of people are expecting 'Dasara' to end up as the biggest blockbuster in Nani's career. The star hero is very busy with promotions now and he is accompanied by the movie's director, heroine and other cast members as well. The trailer and songs already got a very positive response from the audience.
his rustic rural drama has completed the censor formalities and it was given a 'U/A' certificate by the censor board. Also, the film's length is 2 hours and 36 minutes long. During the promotions, the interviewer asked Nani about the news going around claiming that Nani had to take alcohol while filming a few scenes. Agreeing to this, Nani accepted that they shot a few key sequences and he had to take alcohol as the character demanded.
Nani added that the director asked to take alcohol before going for the shot and asked if he was okay with that. The 'Gang Leader' hero claimed that he had no qualms which is why he had a few drinks before the shooting. Apparently, the director wanted the hero's eyes to look red and swollen. Also, he wanted a separate mannerism. To get all these right, the actor went for a methodical approach.
Keerthy Suresh is the heroine in this flick. Santosh Narayanan composed the music. Naveen Nooli is the editor while Sathyan Sooryan ISC is the director of photography. Avinash Kolla is the production designer. Dheekshith Shetty plays a key role in this movie while Samuthirakani, Sai Kumar, Zarina Wahab and others play key roles. The movie will be released worldwide in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam languages. Sudhakar Cherukuri has produced this film on a grand scale. Directed by Srikanth Oodela, the movie is set in the backdrop of Singareni coalfields.