Red Giant Movies, which had acquired the movie's theatrical rights of Maveeran, has reportedly dropped the project. Now, Allu Aravind's Geetha Arts will distribute the movie throughout Tamil Nadu. However, industry insiders say that the Tamil version has drawn the attention of the audience for its storyline and world class technical values.
Ram Charan Teja has recently said that the Tamil audience are large-hearted and he loves to act in a Tamil film. He also revealed that he will be doing a straight movie in Kollywood by the end of this year, which means Maveeran is the stepping stone for him to establish his fan base in Tamil Nadu.
Maveeran is period drama, which is directed by SS Rajamouli and produced by Allu Aravind. It stars Ram Charan Teja and Kajal Aggarwal in the leads.
Ram Charan Teja's Maveeran, a dubbed version of Telugu blockbuster Magadheera, is all set to release this Friday. The Tamil version of the film, which has been in the news since a year, is hitting the screens with lots of expectations among the Kollwood cine goers due to hype created by the audio and the promos of the film.