Once again the release date of Saroja seems to be postponed.
The Debt Recovery Tribunal has announced an interim stay on Venkat Prabhu's Saroja.
The film's release date has been changed thrice and now Pyramid Saimira has started releasing ads that the film will hit the screens worldwide on September 5th. But the Tribunal's interim stay order has made the film's release doubtful.
According to a petition filed in the tribunal, producer T. Siva has to pay up to nearly Rs. 85 lakhs to Indian Bank and other creditors. The Debts Recovery Tribunal has prohibited and restrained Prasad Lab where the film is being processed, from releasing the prints of the film, till the issue is settled.
Even if Pyramid Saimira bails out Siva by paying his debts, the powerful theatre owners association wants to issue a red card against the film. Since the Kuselan issue is yet to be sorted out, theatres want Saimira to pay them as they are the distributors of the film.