Rana Daggubati's most-anticipated movie Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (KVJ), which features Nayantara with him, has completed the formalities of the Censor Board yesterday (November 5). The producers have fixed November 9 as its release date. This much-hyped Diwali treat would clash at the Box Office with Nagarjuna's magnum opus Damarukam, which is also hitting the screens on the same date.
According to reports, the officials from the Regional Censor Board have watched the film Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum on Monday. The 2.10-hours movie has been successful in impressing the Censors, who were said to be happy with the way movie has been shaped up. They have given a U/A certificate for it. But it is not clear yet whether they suggested for any cuts in the film or not.
The makers of Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum were earlier considering to release it either on November 16 or 23. But now, reports suggest that in a sudden development overnight, they have decided to release it on November 9. The decision about its preponed release date came after Daggubati Suresh Babu held a meeting between the top distributors and the producers to work out the date.
However, this fresh development might land the producers of both the movies Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum and Damarukam in trouble, as the latter is already set for a November 9 release. It is surely going to be a clash between titans this Diwali. It is not clear whether anyone of the two producers would think of pushing its release ahead to avoid their clash or not. But the Telugu movie buffs will get double reasons to celebrate this Diwali.